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Political party

  1. 1. Political PartyMore “fan” in the Philippines De Salit, Larvilyn C. MA-TSS
  2. 2. What is a Political Party? A political party (from Latin: pars, Genitive partis, "part", "portion") is a political organization that typically seeks to influence government policy, usually by nominating candidates with aligned political views and trying to seat them in political office. Parties participate in electoral campaigns and educational outreach or protest actions. Parties often espouse an expressed ideology or vision bolstered by a written platform with specific goals, forming a coalition among disparate interests.
  3. 3. Philippines Political Parties Philippine political parties are essentially nonideological vehicles for personal and factional political ambition. The party system in the early 1990s closely resembled that of the premartial law years when the Nacionalista and Liberal parties alternated in power. Although they lacked coherent political programs, they generally championed conservative social positions and avoided taking any position that might divide the electorate. http://pinoypolitika.blogspot.com/2007/01/common-history-of-philippine-political.html
  4. 4. Nacionalist Party 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.
  5. 5. Liberal Party As such it is the second- oldest political party in the Philippines in terms of establishment, and the oldest active political party in the Philippines. The party has been led by people like Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Diosdado Macapagal and Benigno Aquino, Jr.
  6. 6. Partido Magdalo Partido Magdalo is one of the political parties in the Philippines founded by Former Governor Juanito Remulla Sr. and Former Congressman Renato P. Dragon. It is a local political party in Cavite.The new leaders of this party is Incumbent Cavite Governor Juanito Victor "Jonvic" Remulla, Jr. and Cavite Congressman Jesus "Boying" Remulla (7th District).
  7. 7. Notable members Many of notable members and politicians are the following: President Emeritus: Former Governor Juanito R. Remulla President: Governor Juanito Victor C. Remulla, Jr. Members: Congressman and Mayors  Congresswoman Lani Mercado-Revilla (Bacoor, Cavite 2010-Present Lakas-Kampi-CMD)  Congressman Antonio "Ony" Ferrer 6th District of Cavite 2010-Present Lakas-Kampi-CMD)  House Deputy Speaker Congressman Jesus Crispin C. Remulla 7th District of Cavite 2004-Present Nacionalista Party)  Mayor Homer T. Saquilayan (Imus; 2001-2007, 2010-Present Nacionalista Party)  Mayor Enrico M. Alvarez (Noveleta; PDSP)  Mayor Jose "Nonong" Ricafrente, Jr. (Rosario; PDSP)  Mayor Luis "Jon-Jon" F. Ferrer IV (General Trias; moved to Lakas-Kampi-CMD)  Mayor Conrado C. Lindo (Ternate; Lakas-Kampi-CMD)  Mayor Strike B. Revilla (Bacoor; Lakas-Kampi-CMD)  Mayor Luis A. Ferrer IV (Gen. Trias; Lakas-Kampi-CMD)  Mayor Melencio L. de Sagun (Trece Martires City; Lakas-Kampi-CMDmove to Puwersa ng Masang Pilipino)  Former Mayor Federico Poblete (Kawit; Lakas-Kampi-CMD)  Former Mayor Efren Nazareno (Naic; Lakas-Kampi-CMD)  Former Mayor Bernardo "Totie" S. Paredes (Cavite City; Lakas-Kampi-CMD)  Former Mayor Raymundo Del Rosario (Tanza; Became a Provincial Board Member; moved to Nacionalista Party)
  8. 8. Pork The control of legislators’ access to pork rests with the national chief executive, the president. Below are the following steps used to develop the said point: First, was identifying various sources of pork for legislators; Second, the mechanisms the president can use to influence the legislators’ pork-barrelling. How the past presidents have actually used their control over pork vis-à-vis the legislators.
  9. 9. Importance of the National Budget The national government is the major source of pork for legislators. The high degree of fiscal centralization means that local government units have considerably weaker fiscal positions in comparison to the national government that legislators have looked to the national government budget as a source of pork.
  10. 10. The President’s Power of Release The release phase the president controls all sources of legislators’ pork. The release power makes the president the most important regulator of legislators’ pork in the Philippines.
  11. 11. President’s Actual Use of the Power ofRelease Bargaining chip in legislative arena. Release power rests with electoral arena.
  12. 12. Institutional Setting and Its ExpectedEffects There are two types of institutional advantage that give the president an upper hand in blocking congressional attempts to pass measures that he wishes not to be enacted. First, is the president’s veto authority. Second, institutional advantage that puts the president in a privileged position vis-a-vis Congress is that the president does not face a collective action problem, whereas Congress does.
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