BAYAN MUNA FILES HOUSE RESOLUTION 1075 TO PROBE US MEDDLING IN MARAWI CITY

Republic of the Philippines
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Quezon City

SEVENTEENTH CONGRESS
First Regular Session

HOUSE RESOLUTION No. 1075

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