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Benito Soliven was created by virtue of Republic act No. 004-675 duly approved by the congress in May 16, 1966, authored by Congressman Melanio T. Singson, lone district of Isabela in the lower house and in the senate by Senator Lorenzo Sumulong. RA 004-675 was signed into law by His Excellency Ferdinand E. Marcos on May 18, 1967. The municipality was named in honor of a brilliant leader, Congressman Benito Tagorda Soliven, who introduced several house bills in the house of representative which are essential and necessary in national governance. Hon. Benito T. Soliven is from Sto. Domingo, Ilocos Sur, a respected leader and dedicated public servant. The excerpts of the true copy of R.A. 004-675 (House bill No. 375) appears below.


SIXTH CONGRESS

Of the

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

Second Reading

Begun and held in the City of Manila on Monday, the twenty third day of January, Nineteen hundred and sixty seven.

(Republic Act No. 004-675)

AN ACT CREATING THE MUNICIPALITY OF BENITO SOLIVEN IN THE PROVINCE OF ISABELA. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representative of the Philippines in congress assembled.

            SECTION 1. Barrios Melappia, San Carlos, Capuseran, Ara, Guilingan, Danipa, Makindol, San Francisco, Gomez, Villaluz, New Magsaysay, Dagupan, Andabuen, Nacalma, Binogtungan, Sevillana and Sinipit in the Municipality of San Mariano and the barrios of Lucban, Yeban, Maluno and Balliao in the municipality of Ilagan and the barrios of placer, Sta. Cruz, La Salette, San Francisco (now named Santiago) and Punit in the municipality of Naguilian. All in the Province of Isabela are hereby separated from said municipalities and constituted into a district and independent municipality and to be known as the municipality of Benito Soliven, Isabela.

APPROVED:

(SGD.)GIL J. PUYAT         (SGD.) JOSE B. LAUREL, JR.

President of the Senate       Speaker of the House of the Representative

  

Finally passed by the Senate on April 4, 1967. This act, which originated in the House of the Representatives, was finally passed by same in May 16, 1967.

(SGD.) ELISEO E. TENSA                       (SGD.) ENOCENCIO B. MANEJA

Secretary of the Senate                       Secretary of the House of Representatives

(SGD.) FERDINAND E. MARCOS

President of the Philippines

 

The original barangays as provided by law are twenty six (26) namely the barrios of Melapia, San Carlos, Capuseran, Ara, Guilingan, Danipa, Makindol, San Francisco, Gomez, Villaluz, New Magsaysay, Dagupan, Andabuen, Nacalma, Binogtungan, Sevillana and Sinipit in the municipality of San Mariano, and the barrios of Lucban, Balliao,Yeban, Maluno in the municipality of Ilagan, and the barrios of Placer, Sta. Cruz, La Salette, San Francisco (now named Santiago) and Punit in the municipality of Naguilian, all in the Province of Isabela are hereby separated from said municipalities and constituted into a distinct and independent municipality and be known as the municipality of Benito Soliven.




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