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Comelec: 39 party-list groups receive certificates of proclamation

By: - Reporter / @CMarquezINQ
/ 05:06 PM June 11, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — Thirty-nine party-list groups have received their certificates of proclamation (COPs) which is needed to occupy a seat in the House of Representatives for the 18th Congress in July, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) said on Tuesday.

In a list, Comelec said 39 out of 51 party-list groups have received their COPs as of June 10 (Monday):

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  1. Bayan Muna
  2. Patrol
  3. Kabayan
  4. Abono
  5. Amin
  6. Bagong Henerasyon
  7. Trade Union Congress Party
  8. Democratic Independent Women’s Association
  9. A Teachers Partylist
  10. Agricultural Sector Alliance of the Philippines
  11. Construction Workers’ Solidarity
  12. Bahay
  13. Talento at Galing ng Pinoy
  14. Rebolusyonaryong Alyansang Makabansa
  15. Dumper PTDA
  16. Probinsyano Ako
  17. Manila Teachers
  18. PHILRECA
  19. APEC
  20. RECOBODA
  21. Ako Padayon Pilipino
  22. Kabataan
  23. Marino
  24. Galing sa Puso
  25. 1 Pacman
  26. Ako Bisaya
  27. An Waray
  28. Ako Bicol
  29. Ang Probinsyano
  30. TINGOG
  31. SAGIP
  32. LGPMA
  33. OFW
  34. ACT-CIS
  35. ALONA
  36. Probinsyano Ako
  37. Kalinga
  38. Abang Lingkod
  39. BHW

READ: 61 party-list reps proclaimed; ACT-CIS, Bayan Muna get 3 seats each

The Duterte Youth party-list group has yet to receive its COP following the issue on the application of former National Youth Commission chairman Ronald Cardema for substitution to become the group’s first nominee.  (Editor: Mike U. Frialde)

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