Citizens' Battle Against Corruption

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Citizens' Battle Against Corruption
President Sherwin Tugna
Chairman Joel Villanueva
Ideology Reformism
Political position Centre
National affiliation Bangon Pilipinas
International affiliation none
Colors Yellow, Green
Seats in the Senate
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Seats in the House of Representatives
1 / 297

The Citizens' Battle Against Corruption (CIBAC) is a political organization in the Philippines, founded in 1997. It is a party-list member in the House of Representatives of the Philippines, and is dedicated towards fighting graft, corruption and cronyism in government.

In 2001 to 2007 CIBAC is represented by Emmanuel Joel Villanueva (son of Eddie Villanueva).[1]

CIBAC opposes Philippine president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. In the May 14, 2007 election, the party won two seats in the nationwide party-list vote.

In 2007 to 2010 CIBAC won two seats and represented by Emmanuel Joel Villanueva and Cinchona Cruz-Gonzales.[2]

In 2010 to 2013 CIBAC won two seats and represented by Sherwin Tugna and Cinchona Cruz-Gonzales.[3]

In 2013 to 2016 CIBAC won two seats and represented by Sherwin Tugna and Cinchona Cruz-Gonzales.[4]

In 2016 to 2019 CIBAC won one seat and represented by Sherwin Tugna.

CIBAC also played a main role in the trial of former Chief Justice Renato Corona.

Electoral performance[edit]

Election Votes  % Seats
2001 323,810 2.14% 1
2004 495,193 3.89% 1
2007 755,735 4.72% 2
2010 653,399 2.19% 2
2013 579,344 2.13% 2
2016 555,760 1.72% 1

Representatives to the Philippine Senate[edit]

Representatives to the Philippine Congress[edit]

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