The PWERSA NG MASANG PILIPINO (Force of the Filipino Masses),
Partido ng Masang Pilipino (Party of the Filipino Masses) is
a populist political party in the
* 1 History
* 2 In office
* 3 In the news
* 4 PMP-affiliated parties
* 5 Notable members
* 6 Candidates for Philippine General Elections 2010
* 7 Candidates for the
Philippine general election, 2013
* 8 Candidates for the
Philippine general election, 2016
Originally named the Partido ng Masang Pilipino, the Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino (PMP) emanated from an organization which was an offshoot of the Economic Recovery Action Program (ERAP) organized by Mr. George S. Antonio in May 1990. The ERAP organization was formally launched on October 4, 1990 with 21 original members.
The organization grew exponentially with the recruitment of members nationwide. It was then that the PMP was accredited as a political party with the objective of helping to uplift the lives of the Filipino people, especially the poor and the disadvantaged, through effective and efficient social and economic reforms. Its first campaign headquarters was located at the 4th floor of San Buena Building, Edsa corner Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City. On August 20, 1991, Partido ng Masang Pilipino was accredited as political party.
In 1992, PMP took its first major political step by fielding then
The PMP also participated in the May 1995 election. In 1997, a
permanent and fully operational headquarters was established at 409
Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City. In 1998, PMP was very much involved
in the election with the candidacy of Estrada as President and other
local candidates nationwide. PMP played a lead role in the
establishment of the opposition coalition Laban ng Malayang Masang
Pilipino (LAMMP), which also counted among its members the Laban ng
Demokratikong Pilipino (LDP) and Nationalist People\'s Coalition
(NPC). The coalition fielded full slates for the national and local
levels. Card- bearing members reached as high as 3.2 million
nationwide. In the end, close to 11 million Filipinos overwhelmingly
In 2001, PMP once again led the opposition coalition, with majority of its candidates elected into office, led by Dr. Luisa Ejercito Estrada who won a seat in the Senate.
Two years later, in 2003, the name Partido ng Masang Pilipino was changed to Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino.
In April 2004, the PMP agreed to enter into a coalition with the Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino (LDP) and Partido Demokratiko Pilipino- Lakas Bayan (PDP LABAN) to form the Koalisyon ng Nagkakaisang Pilipino (KNP) and support the candidacy of Fernando Poe, Jr. for President of the Republic of the Philippines.
Today, PMP occupies three Senate seats as a member of the minority
floor, occupied by Estrada's wife,
Luisa Ejercito Estrada , who won in
2001, his son, former San Juan suburb
In the 14 May 2007 election , the party won 3 seats in the House of Representatives . Members of the Philippine House of Representatives are elected to serve three year terms.
IN THE NEWS
On January 18, 2008,
Alfredo Lim , on August 20, 2008, resigned as head of Joseph
Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino
* Partido Magdiwang – San Juan City * Partido Navoteño - Navotas City * Asenso Manileño- City of Manila * Partido Magdalo - Cavite
* Melandres De Sagun -
Trece Martires City
* Leonisa Joana "Ona" Virata -
Mayor of General Mariano Alvarez,
CANDIDATES FOR PHILIPPINE GENERAL ELECTIONS 2010
SENATORIAL SLATE (8)
* JV Bautista (lost)
Juan Ponce Enrile (won)
CANDIDATES FOR THE PHILIPPINE GENERAL ELECTION, 2013
SENATORIAL SLATE (9) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE
Nancy Binay ,
Tingting Cojuangco ,
JV Ejercito Estrada , PMP (won)
Jack Enrile , Nationalist People\'s Coalition (lost)
* Dick Gordon ,
Gringo Honasan , Independent (won)
Ernesto Maceda, Jr.
CANDIDATES FOR THE PHILIPPINE GENERAL ELECTION, 2016
* Rommel Mendoza - Presidential Candidate (backed out, supported the candidacy of Vice President Jejomar Binay )
* Isko Moreno * Sandra Cam
* ^ A B C D "Southeast Asia In The New International Era". 2016.
Retrieved April 19, 2017.
* ^ "Estrada, PMP no longer part of UNA, son JV clarifies".
Philippine Daily Inquirer
* v * t * e
Political parties in the
* KILUSANG PAGBABAGO COALITION
* Independent (2)
* LIBERAL PARTY COALITION
* Liberal (5) * Akbayan (1) * Independent (3)
House of Representatives (292)
* Buhay (3) * A TEACHER (2) * Bayan Muna * (2) * 1-CARE (2) * Akbayan (2) * Ako Bicol (2) * Abono (2) * OFW Family Club (2) * GABRIELA * (2) * Coop-NATCCO (2) * AGAP (2) * CIBAC (1) * Magdalo (2) * An Waray (2) * Abante Mindanao (1) * Alliance of Concerned Teachers * (1) * Butil (1) * ACT-CIS (1) * Anak Mindanao (1) * LPG Marketers Association (1) * KALINGA (1) * TUCP (1) * YACAP (1) * Agri (1) * ANGKLA (1) * ABS (1) * DIWA (1) * Kabataan * (1) * Anakpawis * (1) * Alay Buhay (1) * AAMBIS-OWA (1) * 1-SAGIP (1) * AVE (1) * ATING KOOP (1) * Abang Lingkod (1) * 1-BAP (1) * Ang Mata\'y Aalagaan (1) * Abakada Guro (1) * Ang Nars (1) * ANAC IP (1) * Agbiag (1) * Append (1)
OUT OF CONGRESS
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