Party-list winners for Election 2013 named

    Commission on Elections (Comelec) on Friday, May 24, 2013 announced list of winners for party-list representatives in the recently concluded midterm elections.

    Eleven days after national poll, partial list of winners named. There are 14 out of 58 winning groups who got sure seats in the House of Representatives even though canvassing of votes is not yet finished.

    The 14 winning party-list groups already proclaimed by NBoC are:

    1. Buhay
    2. A-Teacher
    3. Bayan Muna
    4. 1-Care
    5. Akbayan
    6. Abono
    7. Ako Bicol
    8. OFW Family
    9. Gabriela
    10. Coop-NATCCO
    11. AGAP
    12. CIBAC
    13. Magdalo
    14. An Waray

    Based on the Comelec's latest partial, official tally as of Monday, Buhay garnered 1,255,734 votes while A Teacher and Bayan Muna got 1,033,873 and 945,639 votes respectively.

    Next batch of proclaimed party-lists named on Tuesday, May 28. The list below got 1 congressional seat each.

    15. Abamin
    16. ACT-Teachers
    17. Butil
    18. Amin
    19. ACT-CIS
    20. Kalinga
    21. LPGMA
    22. TUCP
    23. YACAP
    24. AGRI
    25. ANGKLA
    26. ABS
    27. DIWA
    28. Kabataan
    29. Anakpawis
    30. Alaybuhay
    32. 1-Sagip
    33. AVE
    34. ATING-COOP
    35. 1-BAP
    36. Abakada
    37. AMA
    38. Ang Nars

    Buhay garnered 1,265,992 votes which helped them to secure maximum three (3) seats in the 16th Congress.

    There are a total of 58 seats for 111 competing party-list groups in the House of Representatives. 53 out of 58 seats already announced. Comelec still consider the remaining 36,000 votes which can still affect the final results.

    "There are votes for party-list groups still to be canvassed by the NBOC and in order not to prejudice the proclamation of other parties, which may later on be established to be entitled to a seat or additional seats, only party-list groups that obtained at least two percent of the votes cast for party-list will each be allocated with one guaranteed seat," said the resolution.

    Additional seat/s is determined by a formula depending on the number of votes garnered, with no party winning more than three seats.

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