ⓘ Legislative district of San Juan–Mandaluyong

                                     

ⓘ Legislative district of San Juan–Mandaluyong

The Legislative district of San Juan–Mandaluyong was the combined representation of the Metropolitan Manila municipalities of Mandaluyong and San Juan in the Regular Batasang Pambansa and the lower house of the Congress of the Philippines.

Since 1995, each was presented separately through a lone electoral districts of Manila and San Juan.

                                     
  • statute, the municipalities of Mandaluyong and San Juan belonged to only one legislative district Mandaluyong today is composed of 27 barangays divided into
  • Pateros, Mandaluyong San Felipe Neri San Juan del Monte, Makati San Pedro Macati Taguig, Quezon City established 1939 Notes Only areas of Quezon
  • following municipalities from Rizal: Caloocan, Makati, Mandaluyong Parañaque, Pasay, San Juan Congress of the Philippines June 18, 1949 Republic Act No
  • represented as part of Rizal Province, with the western areas that formerly belonged to Caloocan, Mandaluyong and San Juan voting as part of that province s
  • municipalities from Rizal: Caloocan, Makati, Mandaluyong Parañaque, Pasay and San Juan The seven municipalities of the City of Greater Manila were restored and
  • district of Mandaluyong Legislative districts of Manila Legislative districts of Marikina Legislative district of Muntinlupa Legislative district of Navotas
  • Parañaque, Pasig, Pateros, Pineda Pasay San Felipe Neri Mandaluyong San Juan del Monte San Juan San Mateo, San Pedro Macati Makati Tagig Taguig
  • The legislative districts of the Philippines are the divisions of the Philippines provinces and cities for representation in the various legislative bodies
  • Mayors of Metro Manila Legislative districts Caloocan 1st and 2nd districts Las Piñas district Makati 1st and 2nd districts Malabon district Mandaluyong district