Senator Gringo Honasan has accepted the bid to become the next secretary of the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT).
Honasan himself confirmed this as a text message to reporters on Friday.
"Philippine better administration, Philippine people and a better future for our children the most valuable; I have decided to accept the offer of the President of the DICTin a result," he said.
The Senator announced that he would be automatically sentenced to denunciation of the Senate after his nomination was confirmed by the Commission at the Appointments (CA) and when he finally swore.
"After the meeting, CA's confirmation and eathtaking-w / c make an automatic divorce of the Senate," she explained.
Honasan is the second senator of the 17th Congress, leaving the Senate and associated with President Rodrigo Duterte's Cabinet.
The first was Senator Alan Peter Cayetano, who released his post as secretary to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (DFA).
Cayetano recently resigned as the DFA chief who ran to the House of Representatives.
When Honasan has been appointed to the cabinet, the Senate now has only 22 members, including senator Leila de Lima, who has been arrested for drug addiction.
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