Sunday, May 6, 2007


Date of Birth: March 14, 1948
Place of Birth: Baguio City


High School: Don Bosco High School
College: San Beda College and Dominican School in Taipei, Taiwan
Post-graduate: MBA Asian Institute of Management
B.S., Philippine Military Academy (Class Baron)


Senator, 10th and 11th Congress

Passed into law – R.A. 8368 repealing PD 772 with pressures from the urban poor sector

Passed laws related to Rent Control Law

Increasing the Agrarian Reform Fund, Clean Air Act, Ecological Solid Waste Act, etc.

Military Records included recipient of three (3) Distinguished Conduct Stars, Three (3) Gold Red Cross Medals, etc.

Aide-de-Camp to then DND Secretary Juan Ponce-Enrile

Chief of Security of the Ministry of National Defense

Commandment of Special Operations School

Voted “YES” for the Indigenous People’s Right Act of 1997 recognizing and promoting the rights and welfare of indigenous cultural communities


Distinguished Conduct Star for the EDSA Revolution

Ten Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) for Military Service

Presidential Government Medal

His liabilities include:

Leader of the Coup d’ etat in 1989

Voted “NO” for the opening of the 2nd envelope during the impeachment trials

Voted “YES” for the Retail Trade Liberalization Act of 2000 endangering to bankruptcy and disappearance of small and medium scale local retailers due to the entry of transnational corporations in the playing field

Voted “YES” for the Visiting Forces Agreement between RP and US despite contentious issues that would violate Section 7, Article II 1987 Constitution on national sovereignty, territorial integrity, national interest and self-determination


Author of the Mini-Marshall Plan for Mindanao, otherwise known as the Mindanao Aid Plan or the . The Plan was a comprehensive blueprint for Mindanao’s socio-economic development following the region’s devastation due to the full scale military offensive against the Abu Sayyaf and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front.

To date, his sponsored over 200 Medical-Dental-Surgical Missions in depressed areas of the country, serving at least 20,000 indigent patients.

Prime mover of the National Security Strategy Framework which seeks to define the country’s national security and strategy in the light of internal and external security threats and the consequent National Peace Policy.

Sponsored the computer education scholarship of 3,000 students thru the Sulong Dunong sa Kaunlaran program.

Sponsored the college scholarship of 106 out-of-school youths.

Regularly distributes relief assistance to calamity-hit areas in the country through his Gregorio B. Honasan Peace and Development Foundation founded in 1995.

Served thousands of constituents requesting for claims for PVAO, SSS and AFP/PNP claims and refund of teachers’ loans through his Public Service Program aired over RMN-DZXL and DZRH-Radyo Natin and Gringo Honasan Reports aired over RPN-9 and PTV-4.


Period Covered: 12 February to 18 May 2001

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