Senate President Koko Pimentel and House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez met on Tuesday morning in a hotel in Mandaluyong City to talk about constituent assembly.
This is meant to begin the process of amending the constitution.
The two leaders, however, failed to come up with a decision on whether or not senators and members of the House of Representatives will hold a joint voting or separate voting.
Pimentel said, there was “no decision made, except to keep on meeting.”
For his part, Alvarez said, the manner of voting will not pose any problem.
Some lawmakers from the Senate and House attended the meeting.
Aside from the constituent assembly, they also agreed to include the proposed 2017 national budget in their agenda for the next meetings.