Kilusang Diwa ng Taguig

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Movement for the Essence of Taguig
Kilusang Diwa ng Taguig
President Sigfrido Tiñga
Headquarters Taguig City
Political position Liberalism, Conservative liberalism, populism
National affiliation Liberal Party/National Unity Party
International affiliation None
Colors Red and black
Seats in the House of Representatives
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Local councils
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The Kilusang Diwa ng Taguig is a local regional political party in Taguig City, Philippines. The party is headed by incumbent Taguig City Mayor Sigfrido "Freddie" Tiñga and his father, former Supreme Court Associate Justice Dante Tiñga. It is the ruling political group in Taguig City, with almost all its elected officials under it except the mayoralty of Taguig City.

Currently, it is the local affiliate of the Liberal Party since 2009. It is also the local affiliate of the newly-founded National Unity Party since 2011. Prior to that, it had linkages with Lakas-Kampi-CMD, Reporma-LM, the PMM and the Nationalist People's Coalition.

In the last elections in 2010, it holds two seats in the House of Representatives and it caucuses with the Liberal Party.