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Analysis and Position of Makabayan Bloc on the Proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law

Analysis and Position of Makabayan on the Proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law

About Us

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

Latest News

  • HB 5735, the “Student Discipline and Teacher Protection Act”

    Rep. Antonio Tinio of ACT Teachers Partylist filed House Bill 5735, or the “Student Discipline and Teacher Protection Act.”

  • HRET member calls on new COMELEC appointees to junk Smartmatic deal with finality, pursue automated canvassing, ensure transparency in 2016

    “We hope that the infusion of new blood into the Commission on Election’s roster of commissioners will tip the COMELEC’s previous overly favorable decisions toward its anomalous transactions with Smartmatic. The COMELEC should refuse any further dealings with Smartmatic.”

    Thus said Gabriela Women’s Party Representative Luzviminda Ilagan following the appointment of new COMELEC chairperson Andres Bautista along with two new other commissioners Rowena Guanzon and Sheriff Abas.

  • Clearly no thanks for Aquino’s push to extend CARP

    MANILA, Philippines – The militant Anakpawis Party-list expressed its disapproval over the recent push by president Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III to extend the mandate of the Department of Agrarian Reform to issue notices of coverage under the now defunct Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program or CARP during his visit to Negros Occidental.