Makabayan calls for Aquino's resignation
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Bayan Muna Reps. Neri Colmenares and Carlos Zarate today hit the Supreme Court (SC) and Commission on Elections (COMELEC) ruling that will relax the rules on the party-list system and will enable the rich and the famous to participate in the system intended for the poor and marginalized.

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Makabayan is a political coalition of twelve Philippine progressive parties: Bayan Muna, Anakpawis, Gabriela, Kabataan, Courage, Migrante, ACT-Teachers, Katribu, Akap Bata, Piston, Kalikasan at Aking Bikolnon . The council also includes personages in the field of arts, governance, mass media and people’s organizations. READ MORE

What we stand for

We are a coalition with a definitive vision for change. A coalition that advances the aspirations, triumphs, and potential of the people’s parties. A coalition that promotes nationalism, democracy, and the rights and welfare of the people at all times. READ MORE

The 2013 Elections

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  • Aquino's crisis management will convince the undecided that he has to step down; Aquino performance and trust rating plunge steeper than Estrada's in Pre-EDSA 2

    “For every single day that Aquino stays in power and for every disastrous decision he makes, Aquino is proving to be the best argument that will convince more people to push for his resignation. Survey results may indicate that 28% are undecided now but with the way Aquino is handling this political crisis, chances are the scales will be tipped soon.”

    Thus said Gabriela Women’s Party Representative Luzviminda Ilagan today in reaction to a Pulse Asia survey indicating that 42% did not want the President to resign.

  • Senate report on Mamasapano more compelling reason for Aquino to resign

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    The Senate report on the Mamasapano clash provides more compelling reason for President Benigno Aquino III to resign from office immediately, Kabataan Partylist Rep. Terry Ridon said on Tuesday afternoon.

  • Youth lawmaker reiterates call to scrap K-12 program

    As the House of Representatives reopen the debate on the readiness of the Aquino administration for the full implementation of the K-12 program, a party-list lawmaker representing the youth has reiterated the call for the immediate junking of the assailed education program.