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The Lakas-Laban Coalition was the political multi-party electoral alliance that was supported by the administration of Philippine President Fidel V. Ramos for the May 8, 1995 midterm legislative and local elections. It was a coalition of two major parties in the Philippines, the Lakas-National Union of Christian Democrats (NUCD)-United Muslim Democrats of the Philippines (UMDP) of President Ramos, and the Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino (LDP) of Senator Edgardo J. Angara.
9 out of 12 candidates won the possible 12 seats in the Senate namely: (in order of votes received)
- Gloria Macapagal Arroyo
- Franklin Drilon
- Juan Ponce Enrile
- Marcelo Fernan
- Juan Flavier
- Ramon Magsaysay Jr.
- Sergio Osmeña III
- Raul Roco
- Francisco Tatad
- Nationalist People's Coalition, Lakas-Laban Coalition's rival coalition in the 1995 midterm elections.