Philippine Senate President

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Politics Of Nigeria - Legislative Branch
... The Senate is presided upon by the President of the Senate ... the federal capital, Abuja) OFFICE NAME TERM President of the Senate David Mark 2007–present Speaker of the House of Representatives Aminu Waziri Tambuwal 2011 ...
United States Capitol - Interior
... of Congress the north wing is the Senate chamber and the south wing is the House of Representatives chamber ... Above these chambers are galleries where visitors can watch the Senate and House of Representatives ... All rooms in the Capitol are designated as either S (for Senate) or H (for House), depending on whether they are north (Senate) or south (House) of the Rotunda ...
Philippine Bar Examination - Bar Topnotchers List - Famous Bar Topnotchers - Senators and Representatives
... Roxas - former Philippine Senate President and Speaker of the House of Representatives 1st placer, 1913 Bar Exams Manuel L ... Quezon - former Philippine Senate President 4th placer, 1903 Bar Exams Arturo M ... Tolentino - former Philippine Senate President 2nd placer, 1934 Bar Exams Ferdinand E ...
38th Canadian Parliament - Party Standings
... Cabinet (Twenty-Eighth Ministry) Ministries President of the Queen's Privy Council Privy Council Office Clerk of the Privy Council Government of Canada Civil ...
United States Capitol - Exterior - Flags
... The other two flagpoles are above the North (Senate) and South (House of Representatives) wings of the building, and fly only when the chamber below is in session ... The flag above the United States Senate is raised and lowered by Senate Doorkeepers ... Doorkeepers access the roof of the Capitol from the Senate Sergeant at Arms' office ...

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