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ENG: The Nacionalista Party (NP; Spanish/Filipino: Partido Nacionalista, "Nationalist Party") is the oldest political party in the Philippines today and was responsible for leading the country throughout the majority of the 20th century since its founding in 1907. There are no results available of the last elections for the House of Representatives, but according to the website of the House, the party holds five out of 235 seats (state of the parties, June 2005). The party was, at the 2004 elections a member of the Koalisyon ng Katapatan at Karanasan sa Kinabukasan (K-4, Coalition of Truth and Experience for Tomorrow), the coalition that supported president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, who won the 2004 presidential elections. In the 14 May 2007 election, the party won 6 seats. The ...
for33against   Ako malinaw na suporta ito. Partido Nacionalista ay lubos na mabuti partido. Halimbawa, dahil sa ito... (kung gusto kong isulat kung bakit ito ay mabuti, ako wrote ito dito), positive
for32against   Matindi ako tutol. Partido Nacionalista ng Pilipinas ay lubos na masamang pinili. Halimbawa, dahil sa ito ... (kung gusto kong isulat kung bakit ito ay masama, ako wrote ito dito), negative
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Before the late strongman Ferdinand Marcos imposed martial law in September 1972, there were only two dominant political parties that took turns at the helm of the state from the time the country gained independence, namely, the Nacionalista Party and the Liberal Party. Occasionally, a third force or independent candidate would challenge the stranglehold of the two giants but not one had succeeded in disturbing the two-party system in place. Founded in 1907, Partido Nacionalista or Nacionalista Party (NP) is the oldest political party in the country. The Partido Liberal or Liberal Party ...

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Abaya to be sued for MRT mess—Poe
      ANGELES, Pampanga---Transportation Secretary Joseph Emilio Abaya will be made to face charges for the problems of the Metro Rail Transit (MRT), according to Sen. Grace Poe.   Poe said the Senate subcommittee on public services, which she heads and which conducted hearings into the MRT's problems, will be submitting a report in which it will recommend the filing of charges against Abaya and other officials responsible for the MRT's woes.   Abaya was liable for "negligence of duty," the presidential aspirant told a student forum at the Angeles University Foundation here Friday.   No cases have been filed against Abaya but P...Keep on reading: Abaya to be sued for MRT mess—Poe
How Can Filipinos Vote for Grace Poe After She Turned Her Back on the Philippines in 2001
Grace Poe's presidential ambitions appears to be mired in muck—all of her own doing. During oral arguments at the Supreme Court yesterday, Associate Justice Mariano del Castillo asked Poe's counsel, Alexander Poblador, why his client gave up her Philippine citizenship and instead chose to become an American. During the three-and-a-half hour hearing, Del Castillo's questioning focused on the fact that there appeared to be no compelling need for Poe to renounce her Philippine citizenship while she was living and working in the United States with her husband Neil Llamanzares ...
Philippine Elections: Grace Poe Disqualified; Rodrigo Duterte Surging, Mar Roxas Also-ran
Well, it looks like the presidency won't happen for Grace Poe—at least not in 2016. And we're delighted. As far as we're concerned, the freshman senator who is only halfway through her first term in office is totally unqualified to be president for now. She lacks the experience, and because she's lived abroad for so long, still lacks a true "feel" Philippine issues. If she had become president, she would have had to rely primarily on others for guidance—ala Cory Aquino ...
President Aquino's Big Blunder: Joining China's Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank
With the 2015 deadline just a day away, Philippine President Benigno Aquino III threw in the towel and announced that the Philippines would join the Beijing-sponsored Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) as its final founding member. Critics of the new international bank argue that it is China's way of grabbing some of the limelight away from the World Bank (WB) and the Asian Development Bank (ADB), both of which are already doing what the AIIB intends to do. The major difference is that the two older banks (WB and ADB) are primarily funded by the United States and Japan respectively, while China will be the AIIB biggest funder ...

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