Administrative Order No. 111, s. 1994


Published: 1994-02-09

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MALACAÑANG

Manila

ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 111

AMENDING ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 79, SERIES OF 1993, ENTITLED “CONSTITUTING A MULTISECTORAL CONSULTATIVE TASK FORCE”

WHEREAS, the consultative mechanism between the government and the private sectors has been established under Administrative Order No. 79 and 82, Series of 1993;

WHEREAS, Administrative Order No. 79 provides for a single representation for each of the basic, business and labor sectors in the Multi-Sectoral Consultative Task Force;

WHEREAS, the expansion of the private sector membership shall enhance the responsiveness of the Task Force and reinforce the ongoing efforts to pursue the objectives of the Social Pact for Empowered Economic Development (SPEED);

NOW THEREFORE, I, FIDEL V. RAMOS, by virtue of the powers vested in me by law, do hereby amend Administrative Order No. 79, Series of 1993, specifically Section 1 thereof, to read as follows:

Section 1. Composition. There is hereby constituted a Multi-Sectoral Consultative Task Force, hereinafter referred to as the Task Force, to oversee the conduct of a consultative forum on matters discussed and agreed upon during the People’s Economic Summit. The Task Force shall be composed of the Executive Secretary as Chairman and the following members:

Secretary of Trade and Industry

Secretary of Labor and Employment

Secretary of Finance

Secretary of Agriculture

Secretary of Agrarian Reform

Secretary of Justice

Secretary of Budget and Management

Director-General, National Economic and Development Authority

Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process

Two (2) representatives from the Business Sector

Two (2) representatives from the Labor Sector

Two (2) representatives each from the following Basic Sectors: namely, Youth and Student; Farmers; Fisherfolks; Women; Elderly and Veterans; Urban Poor; Indigenous Cultural Communities ; Disabled; Muslim and other sectors as may be later determined by the Task Force.

The representatives from the basic, business and labor sectors shall be selected in accordance with the rules and regulations to be promulgated by the concerned departments/agencies that have supervision over them. For the basic sectors, the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) shall assist the concerned nominating departments/agencies in the identification and selection of sectoral nominees.

This Administrative Order shall take effect immediately.

DONE in the City of Manila, this 8th day of February, in the year of our Lord, Nineteen Hundred and Ninety-Four.

(Sgd.) FIDEL V. RAMOS
President of the Philippines

By the President:

(Sgd.) TEOFISTO T. GUINGONA, JR.

Executive Secretary

Source: Malacañang Records Office

Office of the President of the Philippines. (1994). [Administrative Order Nos. : 101 – 200]. Manila : Malacañang Records Office.

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