The Commission on Elections (Comelec) released the list of party-list groups that will be allowed to participate in the conduct of raffle to determine the order of appearance on the official ballot for the May 2022 general elections.
The poll body said that 165 partylist, including those with pending resolutions, will participate in the virtual raffle set on Friday, Dec. 10.
Of the 165 party-list groups, the poll body said 152 of them were approved while 13 still have “pending incidents,” as stated in Comelec Resolution No. 10735.
“The following party-list groups, organizations, and coalitions shall be allowed to participate in the raffle on 10 December 2021, 10:00 am, for purposes of determining their order of listing on the official ballot,” the Comelec said.
These partylists include: Sagip, 1-Pacman, 1Tahanan, 1-Care, Abang Lingkod, API, Abeka, Abono, Act As One, ACT Teachers, ACTS-OFW, A Teacher, AKO OFW, ARTE, AGIMAT, AGRI, AGAP, Angat, Akbayan, Ako Bicol, Ako Bisaya, Ako Bisdak, AIA, Ako Padayon, AKMA-PTM, Akap Pinoy, Aktibong Kaagapay, ASAP, AnakalusUgan, ALONA.
AP Partylist, Alternatiba, Alsa Bisaya, Ang Probinsyano, An Waray, AMIN, Anakpawis, Aambis-Owa, 1-Rider Partylist, ABP, Ang Kabuhayan, AKKK, AKO I.P., Ang Komadrona, ALIF, MATA, ANAC-IP, Pamilya Muna, Angkla, ACT-CIS, ABS, Asenso Pinoy, APEC, Aasenso, Abante Pilipinas, Babae Ako, BAHAY, BHW, Bayan Muna, BTS, Bagong Henerasyon.
Bicol Saro, BG Party-list, Buhay, Bunyog, Butil, Cancer Party-list, CIBAC, Senior Citizens Partylist, Click Party, CWS, COOPNATCCO, Damayan, DIWA, DUMPER PTDA, Duterte Youth, Frontliners Ang Bida, Gabriela, GP Party, H.E.L.P. Pilipinas, Home Owner, Hugpong Federal, Ipatupad, Kabaka, Kabalikat, Kabayan, Kapuso-PM, Kabataan, Kalinga, Kamalayan, Kapamilya.
Kasama, KM Ngayon Na, MAYPAGASA, P3PWD, Koop-Kampi, KB, Kusug Tausug, LPGMA, Lunas, Magdalo, Magsasaka, Maharlika, [email protected], Manila Teachers, Marino, Ayuda Sandugo, Moro Ako, Angat Pinoy, Kontra Brownout, ABB-NFCPI, Marvelous Tayo, OFW Family, ONE COOP, OFW, 1-UTAP BICOL, 4PS, PTA, COCOMAN, PLM, Pasahero Partylist.
PDP Cares, PVAID, PEACE, PRAI, PHILRECA, PPP, Buklod Filipino, Pinuno, Probinsyano Ako, Patrol, PBA, RAM, Receboda, S.M.I.L.E., STL, SILBI, Solid-Change, Subanen, Trabaho, TGP, TUCP, Tingog, TODA, Tulungan Tayo, Turismo, Tutok To Win, 1-ANG EDUKASYON, United Frontliners, Uswag Ilonggo, Wow Pilipinas, and YACAP.
The partylist groups with pending incidents include L.O.G.R.O Kusinero, Ako Musikero, BPO, Barkadahan, Malabung, Malsakit Movement, MOCHA, MAAGAP, Pamilyang Magsasaka, PSIS, PASADA – CC, UFCC, and United Senior Citizen.
Meanwhile, the Comelec denied the application of 107 partylist groups for the upcoming elections.
“The Motions for Reconsideration of the petitions for registration of the following party-list groups, organizations, and coalitions have been denied; Hence, they shall not be allowed to participate in the raffle,” said the Comelec.
These partylist are: 1-AMPA, 1-ATPINOY, 1-BANSA, A.N.A.K., Abante Barangay, Sambayan, ASPA Ako Balikbayan, Ako Breeder, Batang Pinoy, Ako Tanod, Ako Vendor, Ako’y Tech Voc, AKMMA INC, Aksyon Legal, Alalay Natin, AKAP, Alay Sa Pamayanan, ALZA, Abante Masa, Arise, Alliance, AMUPRA, AKONA, Ambagan, ANGKOP, Ang Kampilan.
Apat Dapat, Sinag, Ang Tanod, Ang Tinig Ng Seniors, ATM-PL, Angat Ahon Magsasaka, AMK, ATAI, Awat Mindanao, Anuba Pilipinas, ARAL, Ating Guro, Atletang Pilipino Corp, Ayuda, Bahay Kubo, BBG, BPO Circle, CCWAI, CCW, Champ INC, Cympil-Parak, Duterte Kbgan, Duterte Atin To, NAPSPHIL/ESC, Abante Midwife, FAMES, Flag-Maharlika.
FPJ, Guardians Inc., Batang Maynila, Green Force, IWI, Ilocano Defenders, MIPCPD/IPEACE EPANAW, Isda Party, Juan Pinoy, Kabalikat ng Pilipino, KPP-PL, Ako Kaibigan, Kalsada Sword, Kamaida, Kaakbay, Angat Kabuhayn, Kilusang Pagbabago, KP-LOI, Kanegosyo, Empleyado Inc, LIBRO, LTODAP, LGBTQ PLUS, LBP, Lunas At Gamot, Malay Democrat Of The Phil, Mamamayang Liberal.
Medcann, Motor, OFWS MRRD, MRRD NECCC, Solo Parents, NORAA, NPIC, Netizens, Nurses United, 1 Tesda Core, Online, PK, PBP, Pasahero, Pastor Inc, Pesante, #5PSORG, PCAP Inc One Criminology, 4PS, Safety First, Manibela, Samahang Nayon, TDP Truck Drivers, Uma Ilonggo, Voice Phillippines, and WACCAA.
The poll body, meanwhile, noted that “participation in the raffIe is without prejudice to the resolution of the pending incidents and the exclusion on the official ballot, if applicable.”
The Comelec said it has the “authority to exclude any party-list groups, organizations, or coalitions subject to the pending incidents.”