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Proclaimed Party-List Winners by COMELEC

The Commission on Elections (Comelec) proclaimed yesterday twenty eight (28) winning party-list organizations in the May 2010 automated polls. These party-list groups will enjoy the same benefits as regular representatives of the House of Congress.


1. Coalition of Association of Senior Citizens in the Philippines — 1,292,182 votes (2 seats)
2. Akbayan Citizen’s Action Party — 1,058,691 votes (2 seats)
3. Gabriela Women’s Party — 1,001,421 votes (2 seats)
4. Cooperative Natcco Network Party — 943,529 votes (2 seats)
5. ABONO — 766,615 votes (2 seats)
6. Bayan Muna — 746,019 votes (2 seats)
7. An Waray — 711,631 votes (2 seats)
8. Agricultural Sector Alliance of the Philippines, Inc. (AGAP) — 515,501 votes (1 seat)
9. Alliance for Barangay Concerns Party (ABC) — 469,093 votes (1 seat)
10. Anakpawis — 445,628 votes (1 seat)
11. Kabataan Party-list — 417,923 votes (1 seat)
12. Abante Mindanao, Inc. (ABAMIN) — 376,011 votes (1 seat)
13. Act Teachers — 369,564 votes (1 seat)
14. You Against Corruption and Poverty (YACAP) — 335,635 votes (1 seat)
15. Ang Kasangga sa Kaunlaran, Inc. (Ang Kasangga) — 296,368 votes (1 seat)
16. Bagong Henerasyon (BH) — 292,875 votes (1 seat)
17. Ang Galing Pinoy (AGP) — 269,009 votes (1 seat)
18. Agbiag! Timpuyog Ilocano, Inc. (AGBIAG) — 262,298 votes (1 seat)
19. Puwersa ng Bayaning Atleta (PBA) — 238,675 votes (1 seat)
20. Arts Business and Science Professionals — 257,301 votes (1 seat)
21. Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP) — 244,623 votes (1 seat)
22. Alyansa ng mga Grupong Haligi ng Agham at Teknolohiya Para sa Mamamayan, Inc. (AGHAM) — 241,898 votes (1 seat)
23. Democratic Independent Workers Association (DIWA) — 238,675 votes (1 seat)
24. Kapatiran ng mga Nakulong na Walang Sala — 234,717 votes (1 seat)
25. Kalinga Advocacy for Social Empowerment and Nation Building Through Easing Poverty, Inc. (Kalinga) — 229,198 votes (1 seat)
26. Alagad Party-list — 227,116 votes (1 seat)
27. Ang Pamilya — 217,032 votes (1 seat)
28. Alliance of Volunteer Educators — 214,760 (1 seat)
(Source: GMANews Website)

The Party-list system is any system of proportional representation in which voters choose among parties rather than among candidates. The objective of this system is to help create a healthy democracy, providing a citizens’ voice in Congress and in local government by providing the “marginalized sector and underrepresented” sectors to have seats in Congress. (Source: http://cpcabrisbane.org)

However, in the May 2010 automated election, the party-list system became a target for controversies when COMELEC leniently approved almost every party-list organizations which filed for candidacy even without any clear representation of a marginal or underrepresented sector. Teddy Casino of Akbayan promised that amending the rules on party-list system will be one their group’s priority legislation. Amen to this.

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