Partido Komunista ng Pilipinas
The Partido Komunista ng Pilipinas, (English: Communist Party of the Philippines,Abbreviated PKP), is a Fifth Generation Far-Left Political Party in The Philippines. The party uses communist doctrines as its ideology. The original party was formed in February 2012 as the Movement for Military Rule. The party has not been part of any congress. It is currently the smallest political party in the country.
There have been numerous communist and socialist movements in the Philippines. The first party was the Communist Party - Philippines created by EZEX Lacroa from the National Filipinista Party in July 2009. They supported SyrkiusAFK in the August 2009 Presidential Elections, but lost. It lasted for two months after it was ended by September 2009 after the creation of the birth of the Filipino Labor Party.
Another communist party was created by Comrade Joe in May 2010, the Philippine Communist Party from the Filipino Labor Party, the party that was the Communist Party - Philippines before. The party endorsed Comrade Joe for the June 2010 Presidential Elections but lost. It was renamed weeks after.
|Former Communist Parties in the Philippines|
|Communist Party - Philippines||July 2009||September 2009|
|Philippine Communist Party||May 2010||June 2010|
|Filipino Communist Party||May 2012||May 2013|
The party was formed after the Liberal Movement Party was renamed around May 2012. The party then grew with Aliana Almazan, mother of Liana Paldrov being active members. On the June 2012 presidential elections, the party endorsed DrummerMike as their candidate, being supported by the Kilusan ng Makabayang Pilipino and the Democratic Party for Progress.
In the second half of 2012, the party became a minor party under the Revolutionary Socialist Party. The party fielded Deniz Kerasus as their candidate for the December 2012 elections. He lost as he only garnered 3 votes. The party remained on hiatus in the first quarter of 2013.
|Party Presidents 2013|
|Boy Pick Up||May|
|No Party President - Party Renamed To Philippines DI|
|Boy Pick Up||July|
|Boy Pick Up||August|