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Lakas-Kampi-Christian Muslim Democrats
Lakas-Kabalikat ng Malayang Pilipino-Demokratikong Kristiyano at Muslim
(Lakas Kampi CMD)
Leader Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
Chairperson Gilberto Teodoro
President Miguel Dominguez
Secretary-General Francis Manglapus
Founded 1991; May 28, 2009 (merger with KAMPI)
Headquarters 7th Floor L.T.A. Building 118 Perea St. Legazpi St. Makati City, Philippines
Ideology Centrism,[1]
Christian democracy,
Islamic democracy,
Populism
International affiliation Centrist Democrat International
Official colors Gold, White, Blue, Yellow, Red
Seats in the Senate 4
Seats in the House of Representatives 148
Website
http://www.lakaskampicmd.com
Politics of Philippines
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Elections

Lakas Kampi CMD (Lakas-Kabalikat ng Malayang Pilipino-Christian Muslim Democrats) is a centrist political party in the Philippines and the current ruling party in the country. Its ideology is heavily influenced by Christian and Islamic democracy and by populism. The party's influence on Philippine society is very evident, especially after the People Power Revolution, which has led the country to elect two presidents from the party, namely Fidel V. Ramos, a United Methodist, and Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, a Roman Catholic.

History

President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo on June 18, 2008, confirmed the historical merger of the Lakas-Christian Muslim Democrats (Lakas-CMD) and the Kabalikat ng Malayang Pilipino (KAMPI) parties. Both parties adopted the “equity of the incumbent” principle, as the merger will account for almost 200 national and 8,000 local officials, amid Mrs. Arroyo's prediction of 2010 elections victory. Prospero Nograles, Lakas President and Kampi Chair Ronaldo Puno signed the covenant at the Davao City regional caucus.[2][3] Former President and Lakas-CMD Chairman Emeritus Fidel V. Ramos announced on February 6, 2008 that Lakas-CMD would be the surviving entity after its merger with KAMPI.[4]

Party Interim Officials

Chairman Emeritus: Note [5]
President Emeritus: President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo
Chairperson: Gilberto Teodoro (party Presidential candidate, 2010 elections, former DND secretary)
National President: Miguel Dominguez (Governor from Saranggani)

Vice Chairman: Edu Manzano (party Vice Presidential candidate, 2010 elections, former Optical Media Board chairman)
Vice Chairman: Oscar Moreno (Governor from Misamis Oriental)
Executive Vice President: Pablo Garcia (Deputy Speaker, Representative from Cebu)
Secretary-General: Francis Manglapus
SVP for Internal Affairs: Simeon Datumanong (Deputy Speaker, Representative from Maguindanao)
SVP for External Affairs: Vacant
SVP for Finance: Ferdinand Martin Romualdez (Representative from Leyte)

Senior Deputy Sec-Gen: Rep. Jose Solis
Senior Deputy Sec-Gen: Sec. Silvestre Bello
Senior Deputy Sec-Gen: Rep. Danilo Suarez
Senior Deputy Sec-Gen: Comm. Marcelino Libanan
Treasurer: Deputy Speaker Raul del Mar
Deputy Treasurer: Rep. Roman Romulo

VP for National Capital Region: Vacant
VP for Luzon: Sen. Ramon Revilla, Jr.
VP for Luzon: Gov. Nestor Fongwan
VP for Visayas: Rep. Arthur Defensor
VP for Visayas: Rep. Nerissa Soon-Ruiz
VP for Mindanao: Sen. Juan Miguel Zubiri
VP for Mindanao: Rep. Francisco Matugas
VP for ARMM: Rep. Nur Jaafar

VP for Legal Affairs: Sec. Raul Gonzales
VP for Sectoral Affairs: Sec. Edgardo Pamintuan
VP for Policy: Rep. Rodolfo Antonio
VP for Membership and Recruitment: Chairman Prospero Pichay, Jr.
VP for Peace and Security: (vacant)
VP for Local Governments: Gov. Eustaquio Bersamin
VP for Youth: Chairman Richard Alvin Nalupta
VP for Women: Rep. Belma Cabilao
VP for Public Affairs: Rep. Amado Bagatsing
VP for Muslim Communities: Mayor Muslimen Sema
VP for Environment: Sec. Heherson Alvarez
VP for Overseas Filipino Workers: Rep. Aurelio Gonzalez, Jr.

Deputy Sec-Gen: Dir. Raymundo Roquero
Deputy Sec-Gen: Dir. Reginald Velasco
Deputy Sec-Gen: Dir. Rodolfo Bong Serrano
Exec. Dir. of Institute for Education and Training: Vacant
Deputy Exec. Dir. of Institute for Education and Training: Coun. Rodolfo John Teope

Ex Officio Members:
Mayor Benjamin Abalos, Jr.
Mayor Ramon Guico

Spokespersons:
Rep. Antonio Alvarez
Rep. Albert Garcia
Rep. Antonio Lagdameo, Jr.
Rep. Ma. Rachel Arenas
Rep. Jose Aquino

Regional Chairmen:
Rep. Matias Defensor, Jr. (NCR)
Usec. Luis Singson (Ilocos Region)
Rep. Mauricio Domogan (Cordillera)
Rep. Junie Cua (Cagayan Valley)
Rep. Juan Miguel Arroyo (Central Luzon)
Rep. Elpidio Barzaga, Jr. (Calabarzon)
Dep. Speaker Amelita Villarosa (Mimaropa)
Rep. Edcel Lagman (Bicol)
Rep. Exequiel Javier (West Visayas)
Gov. Erico Aumentado (Central Visayas)
Rep. Roger Mercado (East Visayas)
Gov. Aurora Cerilles (Zamboanga)
Rep. Abdullah Dimaporo (North Mindanao)
Gov. Corazon Malanyaon (Davao)
Rep. Datu Pax Mangudadatu (Soccsksargen)
Vacant (ARMM)
Rep. Glenda Ecleo (Caraga)

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Template:Infobox Philippine Political Party Lakas-Kampi-CMD (Lakas-Kabalikat ng Malayang Pilipino-Christian Muslim Democrats). Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo on June 18, 2008, confirmed the historical merger of the Lakas-Christian Muslim Democrats (Lakas-CMD) and the Kabalikat ng Malayang Pilipino (KAMPI) parties. Both parties adopted the “equity of the incumbent” principle, as the merger will account for almost 200 national and 8,000 local officials, amid Mrs. Arroyo's prediction of 2010 elections victory. Prospero Nograles, Lakas President and Kampi Chair Ronaldo Puno signed the covenant at the Davao City regional caucus.[1][2]Former President and Lakas-CMD Chairman Emeritus Fidel V. Ramos announced on February 6, 2008 that Lakas-CMD would be the surviving entity after its merger with KAMPI.[3]

Party Interim Officials

Chaiman Emeritus: Fidel V. Ramos (Former Philippine President)
Chairwoman: Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo (President of the Philippines)
National President: Eduardo Ermita (Executive Secretary)

Vice Chairman: Prospero Nograles (Speaker of the House of the Representative)
Vice Chairman: Ronaldo Puno (DILG Secretary)
Executive Vice President: Pablo Garcia (Deputy Speaker, Representative from Cebu)
Secretary-General: Gabriel Claudio (political adviser)
SVP for Internal Affairs: Simeon Datumanong (Deputy Speaker, Representative from Maguindanao)
SVP for External Affairs: Feliciano Belmonte (Mayor of Quezon City)
SVP for Finance: Ferdinand Martin Romualdez (Representative from Leyte)

Senior Deputy Sec-Gen: Rep. Jose Solis
Senior Deputy Sec-Gen: Sec. Silvestre Bello
Senior Deputy Sec-Gen: Rep. Danilo Suarez
Senior Deputy Sec-Gen: Comm. Marcelino Libanan
Treasurer: Deputy Speaker Raul del Mar
Deputy Treasurer: Rep. Roman Romulo

VP for National Capital Region: Chairman Bayani Fernando
VP for Luzon: Sen. Ramon Revilla, Jr.
VP for Luzon: Gov. Nestor Fongwan
VP for Visayas: Rep. Arthur Defensor
VP for Visayas: Rep. Nerissa Soon-Ruiz
VP for Mindanao: Sen. Juan Miguel Zubiri
VP for Mindanao: Rep. Francisco Matugas
VP for ARMM: Rep. Nur Jaafar

VP for Legal Affairs: Sec. Raul Gonzales
VP for Sectoral Affairs: Sec. Edgardo Pamintuan
VP for Policy: Rep. Rodolfo Antonio
VP for Membership and Recruitment: Chairman Prospero Pichay, Jr.
VP for Peace and Security: Gov. Douglas Cagas
VP for Local Governments: Gov. Eustaquio Bersamin
VP for Youth: Chairman Richard Alvin Nalupta
VP for Women: Rep. Belma Cabilao
VP for Public Affairs: Rep. Amado Bagatsing
VP for Muslim Communities: Mayor Muslimen Sema
VP for Environment: Sec. Heherson Alvarez
VP for Overseas Filipino Workers: Rep. Aurelio Gonzalez, Jr.

Deputy Sec-Gen: Dir. Raymundo Roquero
Deputy Sec-Gen: Dir. Reginald Velasco
Exec. Dir. of Institute for Education and Training: Mr. Francis Manglapus

Ex Officio Members:
Mayor Benjamin Abalos, Jr.
Gov. Loreto Leo Ocampos
Mayor Ramon Guico

Spokespersons:
Rep. Antonio Alvarez
Rep. Albert Garcia
Rep. Antonio Lagdameo, Jr.
Rep. Ma. Rachel Arenas
Rep. Jose Aquino

Regional Chairmen:
Rep. Matias Defensor, Jr. (NCR)
Usec. Luis Singson (Ilocos Region)
Rep. Mauricio Domogan (Cordillera)
Rep. Junie Cua (Cagayan Valley)
Rep. Juan Miguel Arroyo (Central Luzon)
Rep. Elpidio Barzaga, Jr. (Calabarzon)
Dep. Speaker Amelita Villarosa (Mimaropa)
Rep. Edcel Lagman (Bicol)
Rep. Exequiel Javier (West Visayas)
Gov. Erico Aumentado (Central Visayas)
Rep. Roger Mercado (East Visayas)
Gov. Aurora Cerilles (Zamboanga)
Rep. Abdullah Dimaporo (North Mindanao)
Gov. Corazon Malanyaon (Davao)
Rep. Datu Pax Mangudadatu (Soccsksargen)
Rep. Glenda Ecleo (Caraga)
Gov. Zaldy Ampatuan (ARMM)

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