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Philippines This article is part of the series: Politics and government of the Philippines Government Constitution Legislature Congress (15th Congress) Senate Senate President Current senators House of Representatives Speaker Legislative districts Executive President (list) Benigno Aquino III Vice President (list) Jejomar Binay Cabinet Executive Departments Judiciary Supreme Court Chief Justice Renato Corona Court of Appeals Court of Tax Appeals Sandiganbayan Ombudsman Elections Commission on Elections Chairman: Jose Melo Elections: 2010 | 2007 | 2004 | All Political parties Lakas-Kampi-CMD NPC Liberal Nacionalista Reporma-LM PDP-Laban PMP LDP Bayan Others Subdivisions Local government Capital Regions Provinces Cities Municipalities Barangays Related topics Foreign relations Human rights Other countries · Atlas  Philippine Government Portal view • talk • edit The Legislative District of Abra is the current representation of the province of Abra in the Philippine House of Representatives. Abra was initially represented as part of the third district of Ilocos Sur in 1907, after its annexation as a sub-province of the latter. Upon its re-establishment as a regular province on March 10, 1917 through Act No. 2711, Abra was granted its separate representation, and elected its first representative in 1919. The province was represented in the Interim Batasang Pambansa as part of Region I from 1978 to 1984, and elected one representative to the Regular Batasang Pambansa in 1984. Abra retained its lone congressional district under the new Constitution which took effect on February 7, 1987, and elected its member to the restored House of Representatives starting that same year. Contents 1 Lone District 2 At-Large (defunct) 3 See also 4 References // Lone District Population (2007): 230,953 Period Representative 5th Philippine Legislature 1919–1922 Eustaquio Purugganan 6th Philippine Legislature 1922–1925 Adolfo Brillantes 7th Philippine Legislature 1925–1928 Quintín Paredes 8th Philippine Legislature 1928–1931 9th Philippine Legislature 1931–1934 10th Philippine Legislature 1934–1935 1st National Assembly 1935–1938 Agapito Garduque 2nd National Assembly 1938–1941 Quintín Paredes 3rd National Assembly 1941–1946 Jesus Paredes 1st Congress 1946–1949 Quintín Paredes 2nd Congress 1949–1953 Virgilio Valera 3rd Congress 1953–1957 Lucas P. Paredes 4th Congress 1957–1961 5th Congress 1961–1965 6th Congress 1965–1969 Carmelo Z. Barbero 7th Congress 1969–1972 Regular Batasang Pambansa 1984–1986 Arturo V. Barbero 8th Congress 1987–1992 Rudolfo A. Bernardez 9th Congress 1992–1995 Jeremias Z. Zapata 10th Congress 1995–1998 11th Congress 1998–2001 Vicente Ysidro P. Valera 12th Congress 2001–2004 Luis P. Bersamin, Jr.1 13th Congress 2004–2007 vacant 14th Congress 2007–2010 Cecilia S. Seares-Luna 15th Congress 2010–2013 Ma. Jocelyn V. Bernos ^1 Assassinated during incumbency December 16, 2006. At-Large (defunct) Period Representatives National Assembly 1943–1944 Juan Brillantes Quintin Paredes, Jr. See also Legislative districts of Ilocos Sur References Philippine House of Representatives Congressional Library v • d • e Legislative districts for the House of Representatives of the Philippines Luzon Abra · Albay · Antipolo · Apayao · Aurora · Baguio · Bataan · Batanes · Batangas · Benguet · Bulacan · Cagayan · Caloocan · Camarines Norte · Camarines Sur · Catanduanes · Cavite · Dasmariñas  · Ifugao · Ilocos Norte · Ilocos Sur · Isabela · Kalinga · La Union · Laguna · Las Piñas · Malabon  · Makati · Mandaluyong · Manila · Marikina · Marinduque · Masbate · Mountain Province · Muntinlupa · Navotas  · Nueva Ecija · Nueva Vizcaya · Occidental Mindoro · Oriental Mindoro · Palawan · Pampanga · Pangasinan · Parañaque · Pasay · Pasig · Pateros & Taguig · Quezon · Quezon City · Quirino · Rizal · Romblon · San Jose del Monte · San Juan · Sorsogon · Taguig · Tarlac · Valenzuela · Zambales Visayas Aklan · Antique · Bacolod · Biliran · Bohol · Capiz · Cebu · Cebu City · Eastern Samar · Guimaras · Iloilo · Iloilo City · Lapu-Lapu City · Leyte · Negros Occidental · Negros Oriental · Northern Samar · Samar · Siquijor · Southern Leyte Mindanao Agusan del Norte · Agusan del Sur · Basilan · Bukidnon · Cagayan de Oro · Camiguin · Compostela Valley · Cotabato · Davao City · Davao del Norte · Davao del Sur · Davao Oriental · Iligan  · Lanao del Norte · Lanao del Sur · Maguindanao · Misamis Occidental · Misamis Oriental · Sarangani · South Cotabato · Sultan Kudarat · Sulu · Surigao del Norte · Surigao del Sur · Tawi-Tawi · Zamboanga City · Zamboanga del Norte · Zamboanga del Sur · Zamboanga Sibugay Defunct Defunct districts  Agusan · Ambos Camarines · Davao · Dinagat Islands · Kalinga-Apayao · Lanao · Las Piñas-Muntinlupa · Las Piñas-Parañaque · Malabon & Navotas · Malabon-Navotas-Valenzuela · Mindanao & Sulu · Mindoro · Misamis · Olongapo · Pasig & Marikina · San Pablo · San Juan & Mandaluyong · Shariff Kabunsuan · Surigao · Taguig, Pateros & Muntinlupa · Zamboanga See also: Districts for the Senate (1916–1935)