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In 2022, there are several national and local offices up for election including: President and Vice President, Members of the Senate and House of Representatives, and Provincial Governors down to City/Municipal Councilors.

To help guide you through the process of becoming a candidate under Kapatiran Party, please review the information below.

  • It is a prerequisite to know about the Party’s principles & platform, its political philosophy and position on issues through this website. Please note that while our platform is open-ended it must always be in keeping with our founding principles. Knowing the Party ensures that you will know what you are getting into when you join and run under the Party.
  • A candidate must first be a Party member who:
  1. embraces and upholds the Party’s Declaration of Principles and Platform in their entirety;
  2. is not and will not be a member of any other political party nor of any movement that may be inconsistent with the party’s objectives;
  3. commits to work actively in the party and carries out the party’s decisions to help bring about political renewal and social transformation; and
  4. pledges to discharge the duties of membership with fervor, zeal and enthusiasm, and abides by the Party’s Code of Conduct.
  • Candidates under the Party may be nominated either by party nomination or independent nomination. Independent nomination means that a party member may only file to run for office under the Party by way of at least three (3) credible recommendations with the referees’ contact details, which he/she shall attach to his/her curriculum vitae, emailed to kapatiranparty@gmail.com.
  • If you have questions, please email us.

 

 

 

 

 

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