Zamboanga Sibugay's 1st congressional district is one of the two congressional districts of the Philippines in the province of Zamboanga Sibugay. It has been represented in the House of Representatives since 2007. It was created after the 2006 reapportionment that divided the province into two congressional districts. The district is composed of the eastern municipalities of Alicia, Buug, Diplahan, Imelda, Mabuhay, Malangas, Olutanga, Payao and Talusan. It is currently represented in the 18th Congress by Wilter Palma II of the Lakas–CMD.
|Zamboanga Sibugay's 1st congressional district|
for the House of Representatives of the Philippines
|Area||1,393.27 km2 (537.94 sq mi)|
|Representative||Wilter Palma II|
|#||Member||Term of office||Congress||Party||Electoral history||Constituent|
Zamboanga Sibugay's 1st district for the House of Representatives of the PhilippinesEdit
|District created July 24, 2006 from Zamboanga Sibugay's at-large district.|
|1||Belma A. Cabilao||June 30, 2007||June 30, 2010||14th||Lakas–CMD||Elected in 2007.||2007–present|
Alicia, Buug, Diplahan, Imelda, Mabuhay, Malangas, Olutanga, Payao, Talusan
|2||Jonathan C. Yambao||June 30, 2010||June 30, 2013||15th||Nacionalista||Elected in 2010.|
|(1)||Belma A. Cabilao||June 30, 2013||June 30, 2016||16th||Nacionalista||Elected in 2013.|
|3||Wilter W. Palma II||June 30, 2016||Incumbent||17th||PDP–Laban||Elected in 2016.|
|18th||Lakas–CMD||Re-elected in 2019.|
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