Partido Federal ng Pilipinas

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Partido Federal ng Pilipinas (Federal Party of the Philippines, PFP) is a national political party in the Philippines formed in 2018 by supporters of incumbent President Rodrigo Duterte. The party, which calls for federalism in the Philippines, nominated Bongbong Marcos for the 2022 Philippine Presidential Elections.

The party’s ideology is traceable to legendary federalists Pedro Paterno and Trinidad Pardo de Tavera. The PFP wants the country to become a federal state, its dream society is free from illegal drugs, corruption, crime, insurgency, and poverty. Its principles include humanism, patriotic federalism, enlightened socialism, and direct democracy.

The PFP’s slogan, which the PFP stands for is “a life worthy of human dignity for every Filipino.”


History

The PFP, which was formed in early 2018, was accredited by the Commission on Elections (COMELEC) in October 2018. It was formed by supporters of Duterte as well as former members of PDP-Laban. Jesus Hinlo Jr., former Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) undersecretary and MRRD-NECC member, was the party’s founding president. When Hinlo decided to run for senator in 2019, he was replaced by the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) secretary John Castriciones.

Notable politicians who ran under the PFP in 2019 include E.R. Ejercito, Reynaldo Umali, Joy Belmonte, and Donya Tesororo. Reynaldo Tamayo Jr., who was elected as Governor of South Cotabato, was elected as the party’s new president.

In 2021, the party nominated Bongbong Marcos as their presidential candidate for 2022. On 5 October 2021, he joined the party, became their chairman, and filed his candidacy the following day. Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte is his running mate.

As of 2021, the party’s membership count is 1.5 million all over the country, with 350 candidates who won in the 2019 local and congressional polls .


Party Leadership

Party leadership

Position Name
President Reynaldo Tamayo Jr.
Chairman Bongbong Marcos
Secretary general Gen. Thompson C. Lantion (Ret.)
Executive vice president and
General campaign manager
Victor Rodriguez
Vice president for Luzon Antonio Rodriguez
Vice president for Visayas Carlito E. Ceniza
Vice president for Mindanao Assam Ulangkaya
Vice president for political affairs Manuel Andal
General counsel George Briones
National legal officer Lino Dumas
National treasurer Antonio Marfori
National auditor Edgardo Acaba
Sergeant-at-arms Julius Caesar Aguiluz
Senior political adviser Patricio Roman
Chairman of the international affairs Saidah Pukunum



Party Presidents

  • Jesus "Jayvee" Hinlo Jr. (2018)
  • John Castriciones (2018–2019)
  • Reynaldo Tamayo Jr. (2019–present)


Current members

House of Representatives

District representatives

Representative District
Carl Cari Leyte–5th
Cheryl Deloso-Montalla Zambales–2nd
Faustino "Inno" Dy V Isabela–6th
Lolita "Karen" Javier Leyte–2nd
Allan Benedict Reyes Quezon City–3rd
Alyssa Sheena Tan Isabela–4th

Partylist allied

Local government officials

Name Position
Reynaldo Tamayo Jr. Governor of South Cotabato (2019–present)
PFP party president
Imelda Papin Vice Governor of Camarines Sur (2019–present)

Others

  • ER Ejercito – former governor of Laguna (2010–2014)


Electoral performance

Presidential elections

Election Candidate Number of votes Share of votes Outcome of Election
2022 Bongbong Marcos TBD

Vice presidential elections

Election Candidate Number of votes Share of votes Outcome of Election
2022 N/A N/A N/A Supports Sara Duterte who is running in the upcoming elections

Senate elections

Election Number of votes Share of votes Seats won Seats after Outcome of election
2019 1,490,764 0.41% 0/12 0/24 Lost

House of Representatives elections

Election Number of votes Share of votes Seats Outcome of election
2019 965,048 2.38% 5/304 Joined the majority bloc



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