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More partylist groups proclaimed

By: - NewsLab Lead / @MSantosINQ
/ 10:46 AM May 28, 2013

Comelec Chairman Sixto Brillantes Jr. FILE PHOTO

MANILA, Philippines – The Commission on Elections (Comelec) proclaimed 38 winning partylist groups Tuesday, leaving  only five seats up for grabs.

Through a resolution promulgated on Tuesday, the Comelec proclaimed all the winning partylists and the number of seats they garnered:

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1. Buhay Hayaan Yumabong (Buhay) = 3 seats from a total of 1,265,992 votes equivalent to 4.74 percent of total votes cast

2. Advocacy for Teacher Empowerment Through Action Cooperation and Harmony Towards Educational Reforms (A Teacher) = 2 seats (1,040,898 votes, 3.90 percent)

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3. Bayan Muna = 2 seats (952,767 votes, 3.57 percent)

4. 1st Consumers Alliance for Rural Energy (1-CARE) = 2 seats (933,831 votes, 3.49 percent)

5. Akbayan Citizens’ Action Party (Akbayan) = 2 seats (827,405 votes, 3.10 percent)

6. Abono Party-list (Abono) = 2 seats (767,645 votes, 2.87 percent)

7. Ako Bicol Political Party (AKB) = 2 seats (763,103 votes, 2.86 percent)

8. OFW Family Club, Inc (OFW Family) = 2 seats (750,753 votes, 2.81 percent)

9. Gabriela Women’s Party (Gabriela) = 2 seats (713,492 votes, 2.67 percent)

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10. Cooperative NATCCO Network Party (COOP-NATCCO) = 2 seats (641,355 votes, 2.40 percent)

11. Agricultural Sector Alliance of the Philippines (AGAP) = 2 seats (592,069 votes, 2.22 percent)

12. Citizens Battle Against Corruption (Cibac) = 2 seats (583,768 votes, 2.18 percent)

13. Magdalo Para sa Pilipino (Magdalo) = 2 seats (565,883 votes, 2.12 percent)

14. An Waray (An Waray) = 2 seats (540,906 votes, 2.02 percent)

15. Abante Mindanao (Abamin) = 1 seat (465,989 votes, 1.74 percent)

16. Act Teachers Party-list (Act Teachers) = 1 seat (453,491 votes, 1.70 percent)

17. Butil Farmers Party (Butil) = 1 seat (438,601 votes, 1.64 percent)

18. Anak Mindanao Party-list (Amin) = 1 seat (376,932 votes, 1.41 percent)

19. Anti-Crime and Terrorism Community Involvement and Support, Inc (ACT-CIS) = 1 seat (376,175 votes, 1.41 percent)

20. Kalinga-Advocacy For Social Empowerment and Nation-Building Through Easing Poverty Inc (Kalinga) = 1 seat (371,610 votes, 1.39 percent)

21. LPG Marketers Association (LPGMA) = 1 seat (370,360 votes, 1.39 percent)

22. Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP) = 1 seat (368,883 votes, 1.38 percent)

23. You Against Corruption and Poverty (Yacap) = 1 seat (366,340 votes, 1.37 percent)

24. Agri-Agra Na Reforma Para sa Magsasaka ng Pilipinas Movement (Agri) = 1 seat (365,516 votes, 1.37 percent)

25. Angkla: Ang Partido ng mga Pilipinong Marino, Inc. (Angkla) = 1 seat (360,138 votes, 1.35 percent)

26. Arts Business and Science Professionals (ABS) = 1 seat (358,693 votes, 1.34 percent)

27. Democratic Independent Workers Association, Inc. (Diwa) = 1 seat (341,443 votes, 1.28 percent)

28. Kabataan Party-list (Kabataan) = 1 seat (340,573 votes, 1.27 percent)

29. Anakpawis = 1 seat (321,110 votes, 1.20 percent)

30. Alay Buhay Community Development Foundation, Inc. (Alay Buhay) = 1 seat (316,947 votes, 1.19 percent)

31. Ang Asosasyon Sang Mangunguma Nga Bisaya (AAMBIS-OWA) = 1 seat (311,725 votes, 1.17 percent)

32. Social Amelioration and Genuine Intervention on Poverty (1-Sagip) = 1 seat (287,060 votes, 1.07 percent)

33. Alliance of Volunteer Educators (AVE) = 1 seat (270,159 votes, 1.01 percent)

34. Adhikaing Tinataguyod ng Kooperatiba (Ating Koop) = 1 seat (267,452 votes, 1.00 percent)

35. 1-Banat and Ahapo Party-list Coalition (1-BAP) = 1 seat (245,237 votes, 0.92 percent)

36. Abakada-Guro (Abakada) = 1 seat (243,994 votes, 0.91 percent)

37. Ang Mata’y Alagaan (AMA) = 1 seat (243,551 votes, 0.91 percent)

38. Ang Nars Inc. = 1 seat (242,835 votes, 0.91 percent)

So far, 53 seats out of the total 58 seats for partylists have been allocated.

Chairman Sixto Brillantes Jr. said that they are still awaiting for the computation of several remaining votes before proclaiming the last five winning partylists.

The nominees of the proclaimed partylists that will take their seats in Congress would be announced at a later time, Brillantes said.

Comelec last Friday had already proclaimed the first 14 winning partylist groups which had obtained at least two percent of the total votes cast.

They were guaranteed at least one seat in the House of Representatives. Another seat would be given if they manage to get a further two percent.

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