Parliamentarians chosen for the 9th National Youth Parliament

11 Apr
In 1996, the National Youth Commission launched the first National Youth Parliament (NYP), a 3-day convention of youth leaders every two years wherein policy recommendations are formulated to address youth issues, and serve as government’s guide in policy formulation and program development. Since then, youth leaders gather biennially to share ideas and gain valuable insights and networks to aid them in their youth development efforts.
 
In this year’s NYP, Commissioner Asec. Gregorio Ramon Tingson with the help of the National Youth Parliament Alumni Association (NYPAA) created a Selection Panel Committee. This committee together with the National Organizing Committee crafted the selection grading guide to objectively and qualitatively evaluate the applicants. Active involvement in the community, leadership/service track record, awareness in youth issue presented and ability to present views and perspectives are some of the screening indicators to be imperatively considered in selecting the delegates.
 
Finally, the 2012 Parliamentarians were chosen and is composed of 5 representatives per region, 55 sectors based on sectoral affiliation, and 20 based on NGA nomination. One hundred sixty youth leaders are expected to join the 9th NYP slated on May 2-6, 2012 in Naga City, Camarines Sur. With the theme, “Revolutionizing Youth Development,” the parliament aims to uphold the mandate of the NYP in suggesting policy and legislative thrust of the branches of the national and local government through resolutions as commanded by R.A. 8044 or the Youth and Nation-building Act. 
 
The National Youth Commission (NYC) has released the names of the parliamentarians as follows: 
 
REGIONAL:
 
ABALAJON, KARL VINCENT PORTUGALETE
AGUILAR, JOSHUA MARTIN LIGUTAN
ALCALA, GLENN WILLIAM SUICON
ANDIG, SITTIE AILAH MULOK
ARANZA, RANDELL TERRE
ARSENIO, ROMELLAINE XYENE LAUD
BADILLES, PAUL JONES FLORES
BALAG-EY, JASON LABASEN
BANGOY, LESLY ANN PUTIS
BASAL, MICHELLE CONTAPAY
BASIR, MONAIFAH TAIB
BENEDICTO, JOHN NIEL ALIMOREN
BONGCARAS, STEPHEN BRYAN YU
CACHO, REYNALD MARAVILLA
CADENA, HEREDHEL MINONG
CAGAMPANG, MIGRIO VINA ONIOLA
CALIG-ONAN, NICOLE CALIPAYAN
CARRERA, SHIRLEY MACASPAC
CASTORICO, MARY JOY BITAS
CENSORO, JECEL TANDOC
CORRAL, JACKIE JOHN BORBE
CRUZ, JOHN TOBIT EUSTAQUIO
DE LEON, JAN CARLO FABIAN
DELA CRUZ, MARK RUDOLF SEBASTIAN
DIÑO, GABRIEL PAOLO “HEART” FRIAS
DIZON, JENICA BEATRIZ VENZON
FALABI, CHRISTINE CAROL BALORO
FAMA, MARIA JAMYKA SY
FERRAREN, RUDIVER MAHILUM
FRANCISCO, GRETCHEN ESTILLORE
GALAP, GENESIS BOLLA
GUEVARRA, EDEN MAE TAUTHO
GUNTING, MOHAMMAD KHALID BALANGUE
HERNAEZ, ROXANNE MURILLO
HOMBREBUENO, JENNY ROSE ANTONIO
IMMID, ABMEL INDANAN
ISLA, NIKKI JANE SUBA
LABORDO, NINO ARCHIE SAYSON
LACBAO, NOVA JANE PUYOS
LAGARDE, PAUL FRANCIS NACIONAL
LAUZON, LEO CHRISTIAN VILLACORTES
LEE, FRANCIS JUL ROXAS
LEIDO, VICENTE IV COROZA
MACAULING, ZENDY VILLAMARTE
MADDUMBA, RASTIN VENTANILLIA
MAKALAY, RAHILA SANGKI
MANGADA, TIRSO VERGARA
MARANDA, AYANA JAMNIA GUJILDE
MIER, LUDEL MAIELLO FACISTOL
MIGUEL, RIO CARL FACTORELIN
MOHAMMAD, NAFIEZA SABDULA
MORALES, GERRALDO ANDO
NAPUTO, JOY RELLAMA
PADOJINOG, RONALD BARCENILLA
PALMARES, FAYE DOMINIQUE ROXAS
PANGADAPUN, YUSOPH III ABEDIN
PILOTON, KENNETH LEE PADERA
POMPERADA, LORD LEOMER BAYOMBONG
QUINTANA, RUSTIE LANTICSE
RADIA, MOHAMMAD RYAN DATUMULOK
RONULO, PEARL ANDION ANGOB
SABADO, JOSEPH IAN BUNIEL
SAGALLA, AMY SAGAYO
SALUDAR, CLAIDE KINNETH ALIVIO
SANTIAGO, FERRY IRISH MAY HERNANDEZ
SANTOS, PATRIXIA SHERLY DE LUMBAN
SIMACON, MARSAN JAMES BORRES
TABLAZON, JOHN OLIVER MAURICIO
TALPLACIDO, GERALDINE SIMON
TORIBIO, ADRIEL EARL ALBALADEJO
VALDEZ, JOHN KENNETH AIROL DOMONDON
VALDEZ, KIM LESTER DELA CRUZ
VERDEFLOR, JOINIE AURE
VILAR, DANNADEL SULIT
VILLACORTA, RAYMUND ORTIZANO
VILLAVELEZ, REX RIETA
VILLEZA, VINCENT RHAY PANGILINAN
VIOLA, ALDRIN VALMOCENA
VIOLAGO, CHRISTINE JEANNE GOMEZ
YSIK, ANGEL MARIE ARQUIZA
 
SECTORAL:
 
ADOLFO, RAXIEY GUMAMERA
AGUDELO, MERYL GRACE PABATAO
AGUILAR, JEROSS ROMANO
ALIBOD, JOSEPH DWYNE RATERTA
AMAGAN, MERALOU MARTURILLAS
BALATICO, IAN PHILIP TUSAY
BARIAS, REJOHN LIRA
BATULAWAN, YUSOP MIDTIMBANG
BERNALES, ALTHEA CHARISSE HORTILLANO
CABATAÑA, DEVYN GENEL MARIE RABASTO
CADAG, ALISSANDRA JASMINE LABASANO
CASTILLO, JANNINA ROSE ALBA
COLORADO, ABIGAIL BACQUIAN
COMPETENTE, RONNEL JOSEPH TRACENA
CRUZ, ALLEN RENALDO OCAMPO
DACAYANAN, DENNIS ANTONIO ABOY
DATINGUINOO, JEANETTE YUMOL
DE VERA, GERALD RIVAS
DIMAYUGA, ELLAINE GUILLARTE
DISOMIMBA, RENALEH-NUR MEHILA
DUMANGENG, CHRISTIAN PAWINGI
EBIL, DATUMANONG TIBOLON
ESTIVE, AGCEL ERBINA
ESTRELLAN, AIRAH SALOME CANJA
GEDORIA, JONIEL SALDAJENO
GELAWA, ANNA MAE SEGUNDO
GIDUCOS, MOHAMMAD JAMALUL JUMADIL
GONZALES, GONZALO JR. DEVERA
GONZALES, JE-CHRISTIAN MANAOIS
GUIRON, JULIE ANN YU
JIMENEZ, RICHARD SALVADOR
JUCOY, RAPHAEL REGALADO
KIMPO, PHILLIP JR. YERRO
LEGACION, MARIA VIANNEY LIBRANDO
MACAGARING, FRANCIS ABIO
MAGTUBO, DANICA SHAHANA GOBOY
MALLARI, ERICKSON TALAMAYAN
MARTE, CARENA CALDONA
MENIS, AILLEEN CLAIRE PAOAD
MOHAMMAD, FHARNIEZA SABDULA
MONTALBAN, LADY LEE SERENADO
MONTES, MATHEMAR BATEL-EY
NAVARRO, JOSEPH GUINTO
NONO, JOAN AHIRI
PAGHUBASAN, JONATHAN MARATAS
PRIMOR, KENT MARJUN BARETE
PURA, JANELLEE ESCANILLA
RODRIGUEZ, JUAN PAULO ORETA
ROQUE, ANTHONY MACASIEB
ROQUID, DANILO JR. CORTES
RUELAN, PEARL HOPE JUERA
SABEDO, EROSBON LAYUGAN
SAGAD, ARREL SHAYNE DANAO
SANDOVAL, KATRINA ABEGAIL PASTORA MASANGKAY
SARCEDA, PRINCESS CZARINA ARAGON
SAYSON, CATHERINE RUBANG
TAGUINDODO, RUFINA AP-APID
UNGGALA, HARON GIMBANG
ZAMORA, MICHAEL BELBES
 
PARTNERS/GOV’T AGENCIES:
 
ANDAYA, RAMSYSS MANSUL
GABUNALES, MAEFLOR PILAR POLITUD
GRANADA, LUKE FERNANDEZ
HALILI, RIZA TERESITA
MALITAN, MARK ANTHONY GONZALES
OROLFO, VINA LORRAINE ALAD
SIGNO, EDWIN ABRAHAM
SOLIMAN, SANDINO JULIANO
TOLEDO, ROMNICK CHAN
VALENZUELA, SHERRY IVY MONTEMAYOR
Press release from National Youth Commission

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