Anakpawis

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Anakpawis Partylist
Leader Rafael V. Mariano
Spokesperson Wilson Baldonaza
Founded 2003
Headquarters Quezon City
Ideology Left,
Labor rights
National affiliation Bayan
Colors Red, Yellow
Website
anakpawis.blogspot.com
Politics of the Philippines
Political parties
Elections

Anakpawis is a party-list in the Philippines. The party-list is the electoral wing of the radical trade union movement Kilusang Mayo Uno and the peasant group Kilusang Mangbubukid ng Pilipinas.

Known for its radical pro-labor and peasant stand, Anakpawis had been known for its 125 across the board wage increase for the workers, as well as the genuine agrarian reform bill that involves direct redistribution of land to the landless peasants.

In the 2004 elections for the House of Representatives the party-list obtained 538,396 votes (4.2320% of the nationwide vote)[1] and two seats (Crispin B. Beltran and Rafael V. Mariano).[2] In the May 14, 2007 election, the party won 1 seat in the nationwide party-list vote.

Electoral performance[edit]

Election Votes  % Seats
2004 538,396 4.23% 2
2007 370,261 2.32% 2
2010 447,201 1.50% 1
2013 321,110 1.13% 1

Representatives to Congress[edit]

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