Pampanga legislators among NMYL leaders

GUAGUA -- Pampanga legislators are among the officials elected in the National Movement of Young Legislators (NMYL).

Second District board member Anthony Torres was elected as the Pampanga
provincial chairperson of NMYL along with Provincial Vice-Chairperson Ayzel Marie Macalino, Provincial Secretary Ma. Ana Theresa acalino, Provincial Treasurer Roy Andrew Sunglao, and Provincial Assistant Treasurer Engelbert Euperio.

NMYL is dubbed as the primary organization of young legislators in the country.

Some 57 elected officials composed of board members, vice-mayors, and SB members aged 40 and below from Region III convened at the Simultaneous Reorganization of the NMYL to elect their Regional and Provincial Officers recently at the Conrad Hotel in Pasay City.

Department of Interior and Local Government Regional Director Florida Dijan served as the regional chair while the provincial directors from the seven provinces of Central Luzon acted as the provincial chairs of the NMYL Comelec along with NMYL Executive Director Atty. Rey Christopher Fajardo and Vice Mayor Imelda G. De Leon as NMYL comelec member.

In her message, Dijan mentioned the importance of organizing young legislators in the development of local governance.

“Napakalaki po ng pagasa ng DILG in you, with high hope in young blood like you. Napakalaki ng inaasahan ni Secretary Sueno sa inyo lalo na ang ating Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte lalo na sa paggawa ng Executive and Legislative Agenda,” Dijan said.

At the end of the assembly, a new set of regional and provincial officers were proclaimed with Alex Castro of Bulacan at the helm as the regional chairperson.

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