Partido Magdalo

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Partido Magdalo
Chairman Juanito Victor Remulla
Founded 1986
Headquarters Imus, Cavite
Ideology Conservatism
Social Conservatism
Political position Center right
National affiliation United Nationalist Alliance
Nacionalista Party
Nationalist People's Coalition
International affiliation None
Colors Red, Blue
Politics of Philippines
Political parties

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).

Notable members[edit]

Many of notable members and politicians are the following:

  • President Emeritus: Former Governor Juanito R. Remulla
  • President: Governor Juanito Victor C. Remulla, Jr.
  • Members
    • Congress
    • Congresswoman Lani Mercado-Revilla (Bacoor, Cavite 2010-Present Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
    • Congressman Luis A. 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)
    • Mayors
    • Mayor Antonio "Onie" A. Ferer {Gen. Trias)
    • Mayor Benjarde A. Villanueva (Amadeo)
    • Mayor Mel Andres G. de Sagun (Trece Martires)
    • Mayor Junio C. Dualan, Sr. (Naic)
    • Mayor Edwin Strike M. Revilla (Bacoor)
    • Mayor Bernardo S. Paredes, Sr. (Cavite City)
    • Mayor Enrico M. Alvarez (Noveleta)
    • Mayor Emila Lourdes F. Poblete (Silang)
    • Mayor Danilo M. Bencito (Bailen)
    • Mayor Edwin V. Sisante (Magallanes)
    • Mayor Herminio C. Lindo (Ternate)
    • Mayor Fredrick A. Vida (Mendez)
    • Mayor Bienvenido V. Dimero (Indang)
  • Members: (Vice Mayors)
  • The Sangguniang Panlalawigan of Cavite (2013-2016) is composed of eight (8) Partido Magdalo Members:
    • Hon. Dino Carlo R. Chua (Majority Leader) - 1st District/
    • Hon. Ryan R. Enriquez - 1st District/
    • Hon. Edralin G. Gawaran - 2nd District/
    • Hon. Rolando S. Remulla - 2nd District/
    • Hon. Marcos C. Amutan - 5th District/
    • Hon. Ivee Jayne A. Reyes - 5th District/
    • Hon. Felix A. Grepo - 6th District/
    • Hon. Irene D.P. Bencito - 7th District/
    • Hon. Mark Joseph T. Mupas - PCL President/
    • Hon. Gloria Fernandez - ABC President/

Former Members[edit]

The party in 2010[edit]

Province of Cavite was divided into 7 Congressional Districts. (originally 3 Districts) Partido Magdalo reclaimed its glory by winning the seat of power at the Provincial Capitol upon the victory of Governor Juanito Victor C. Remulla, Jr., son of former governor Juanito Remulla, founder of the party. In Imus, Partido Magdalo also became victorious after Mayor Homer T. Saquilayan was elected against re-electionist mayor Emmanuel Maliksi by a wide margin. In the following weeks, Maliksi filed an electoral protest and was declared by the Imus Regional Trial Court the winner by 665 votes in 2011. However, on March 12, 2013 he was declared by the Supreme Court the true winner, he took his oath six days later on March 18. On April 11, it reversed its ruling and remanded the case back to the COMELEC.[1]

The Sangguniang Panlalawigan of Cavite (2010-2013) is composed of Partido Magdalo Members:

Hon. Dino Carlo R. Chua (Senior Board Member) - 1st District/ Hon. Cecille Miranda (Majority Floor Leader) - ABC President/ Hon. Marcos Amutan - 5th District/ Hon. Irene Bencito - 7th District / Hon. Maurito Sison - PCL President/

The party in 2013[edit]

In 2012, Liga ng mga Barangay Pres. Jolo Revilla agreed to team up with Gov. Remulla, to aim to defeat the Aquino-backed Rep. Ayong Maliksi and Vice-Governor Recto Cantimbuhan, which he dropped by the Liberals and replace Ronald Jay Lacson, son of Sen. Panfilo Lacson. Remulla was also join the Lakas-CMD party of Sen. Bong Revilla, and one of the opposition party. Remulla and Revilla won against Maliksi and Lacson. In the Congress only Lani Mercado-Revilla and Luis Ferrer IV won. In the provincial board 8 out of 14 seats won, which led by Dino Chua.

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Homer Saquilayan wiki article