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Comelec proclaims winning party-list groups

/ 04:41 PM May 26, 2022
Party-list representatives who won a seat in Congress posed for a photo

Party-list representatives who won a seat in Congress posed for a photo after their proclamation at the Philippine International Convention Center on Thursday, May 26. Photo by Daniza Fernandez/INQUIRER.net

MANILA, Philippines — Party-list groups that won in the recently-concluded polls were proclaimed by the Commission on Elections (Comelec) on Thursday.

The Comelec, sitting as the National Board of Canvassers, proclaimed the party-lists at the Philippine International Convention Center, where the senators were earlier proclaimed.

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With 2,111,091 votes, ACT-CIS (Anti-Crime and Terrorism Community Involvement and Support) topped the party-list race, receiving three seats in Congress.

Party-lists 1-Rider (Ang Buklod ng mga Motorista ng Pilipinas) and Tingog placed second and third with 1,001,243 and 886,959 votes respectively. Each of them got two seats.

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Ranking fourth, 4Ps (Pagtibayin at Palaguin ang Pangkabuhayang Pilipino) got 848,237 votes and two seats in the House of Representatives.

Fifth and sixth placers Ako Bicol and Sagip (Social Amelioration and Genuine Intervention on Poverty) garnered 816,445 and 780,456 votes, respectively. They likewise got two seats.

The following are party list groups that got one seat in the House of Representatives:

  • Ang Probinsyano – 714,634 votes
  • Uswag Ilonggo – 689,607 votes
  • Tutok to Win – 685578 votes
  • Cibac (Citizen’s Battle Against Corruption) – 637,044 votes
  • Senior Citizens Party list – 614,671 votes
  • Duterte Youth – 602,196 votes
  • Agimat – 586,909 votes
  • Kabataan – 536,690 votes
  • Angat (Agrikultura Ngayon Gawing Akma at Tama) – 530,382 votes
  • Marino – 530,382 votes
  • Ako Bisaya – 512,795 votes
  • Probinsyano Ako – 471,904 votes
  • LPGMA (LPG Marketers Association, Inc.) – 453,895 votes
  • API (Abante Pangasinan Ilokano)
  • Gabriela – 451,372 votes
  • CWS (Construction Workers Solidarity) – 412,333 votes
  • Agri – 393,987 votes
  • P3PWD (Komunidad ng Pamilya Pasyente at Persons with Disabilities) – 391,174 votes
  • Ako Ilocano Ako – 387,086 votes
  • Kusug Tausug – 385,770 votes
  • An Waray – 385,460 votes
  • Kalinga – 374,308 votes
  • Agap (Agricultural Sector Alliance of the Philippines) – 367,533 votes
  • Coop Natcco – 346,341 votes
  • [email protected] – 345,199 votes
  • BHW (Barangay Health Wellness) – 335,598 votes
  • GP Party (Galing sa Puso) – 333,817 votes
  • BH (Bagong Henerasyon) – 330,937 votes
  • Act Teachers – 330,529 votes
  • TGP (Talino at Galing ng Pinoy) – 327,912 votes
  • Bicol Saro – 325,371 votes
  • Dumper PTDA (Dumper Philippines Taxi Drivers Association) – 314,618 votes
  • Pinuno (Pinatatag na Ugnayan Para sa mga Oportunidad sa Pabahay ng Masa) – 299,990 votes
  • Abang Lingkod – 296,800 votes
  • PBA (Puwersa ng Bayaning Atleta) – 294,619 votes
  • OFW (One Filipinos Worldwide Coalition) – 293,301 votes
  • Abono – 288,752 votes
  • Anakalusugan – 281,512 votes
  • Kabayan – 280,066 votes
  • Magsasaka – 276,889 votes
  • 1-Pacman – 273,195 votes
  • Apec (Association of the Philippine Electric Coperatives) – 271,380 votes
  • Pusong Pinoy – 262,044 votes
  • TUCP (Trade Union Congress Party) – 260,779 votes
  • Patrol (Public Safety Alliance for Transformation and Rule of Law) – 252,571 votes
  • Manila Teachers – 249,525 votes
  • AAMBIS-OWA (Ang Asosayon Sang Mangunguma Nga Bisaya-Owa Mangunguma) – 246,053 votes
  • PHILRECA (Philippine Rural Electric Cooperatives Association) – 243,487 votes
  • Alona (Alliance of Organizations, Networks and Associations of the Philippines) – 238,704 votes

P3PWD and An Waray were absent during the proclamation. However, Comelec Commissioner George Garcia said their absence does not have any effect on their status.

The winning party-lists took a total of 62 seats in the House of Representatives. The 63rd seat is vacant as the United Senior Citizens, who made the cut, has a pending motion for reconsideration due to having their accreditation denied.

The winning groups will serve for three years beginning noon of June 30.

/MUF/KGA

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