Cantanduanes Rep. Sarmiento aims to finish term in strong, positive note
Catanduanes Rep. Cesar V. Sarmiento intends to finish his term in “strong and positive note.”
Sarmiento is currently serving his last and final term as congressman. He ran as governor last elections but lost to incumbent Governor Joseph Cua.
“Let’s finish the 17th Congress on a strong and positive note,” Sarmiento said as he reported back to work at the House of Representatives.
Sarmiento presided the Transportation Committee hearing regarding the provincial bus ban of MMDA.
“Tinalakay agad dito ang isyu sa provincial bus ban na naging pahirap sa mga kababayan natin na nagbibiyahe papuntang Metro Manila,” Sarmiento’s office said.
“Tatlong Linggo nalang bago matapos ng tuluyan ang termino ni Cong Cesar bilang representante ng Isla. Para sa kaniya, dapat lang na ipagpatuloy ang tamang pamamalakad ng trabaho para sa kinabukasan,” it added.
Meanwhile, Sarmiento also expressed gratitude to all the members of his committee for working hard to pass priority measures.
“Our deepest appreciation to your leadership, for shepherding the Committee on Transportation to greater heights, and approving landmark bills that would not have been possible without your leadership,” he said.