The Consultative Committee (ConCom)has agreed in principle to have uniform terms for the president, vice president, senators and congressmen under the federal constitution.
Supreme Court (SC) sub-committee chair on structure of federal government, retired Justice Antonio Eduardo Nachura said all of them would have a four-year term and can only be re-elected once.
Currently, the president and vice president both have a six-year term but cannot be re-elected.
The senators are allowed two consecutive terms of six years each while congressmen can be re-elected twice for three-year terms. — Roderic Mendoza | UNTV News & Rescue
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