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Philippines for the Filipinos

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General Information
Country Flag-Philippines.jpg Philippines
Abbreviation PFF
Forum Philippines for the Filipinos Official Forum
Colors Black and White
Founded February 16, 2009
Dissolved March 14, 2010
Political
Members 0
Congress Occupancy 0 /0 seats, 0%
Succeeds People Power Party
Succeeded By Mandirigma
Orientation Center-Left
Ideology Authoritarian

The Philippines for the Filipinos, or popularly called PFF, was a political party in the Philippines. It was the largest ever political party in the Philippines for straight five months, starting from the time that the Philippines was created in the game until on July 2009.

The party is considered as a historical party, since the party was a witness of the entire history of the Philippines and had even take part in molding it, and because it has been succeeded by another party, the Mandirigma party.

The Filipino Progressive Movement was its main rival party, though it had maintained a friendly connections with the said party and its members. In fact, it had a political coalition with the FPM during the Secta Guru Varnish occupation.

The party was dissolved in March 14, 2010.

History

Main Article: History of the Philippines for the Filipinos

Philippines for the Filipinos was one of the largest and the oldest political party in the Philippines. It first strive as a non-dominant party in the political scene since most of the parties at the creation of the Philippines were PTO political parties whose aim is only to withdraw the money allotted for the development of the Philippines.

Later on, it gain fame as it emerges as the only anti-PTO party. It was responsible for the impeachment of the former President Bunaly in March. The party was also famous for producing the first Filipino President in the form of blitzwithlimes.

Famous Members

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blitzwithlimes was the 2nd President of the Philippines (March 2009). He replaced Bunaly as President who was impeached by the 1st Philippine Congress. He was also the Party President of PFF for two consecutive terms (February and March 2009). He would later betray the party and the country, causing havoc in the entire Philippine Community. Maeve Traugott was a Filipina member of the 1st Philippine Congress. She initiated the Bunaly Impeachment Bill which had impeached Bunaly as the President of the Philippines. Prince Terence I was a Filipino member of the PFF. He was greatly known as the Father of the Philippine Wikis due to his contribution in updating the Philippine and Philippine-related Wiki pages. He was the former Party President. Rageldo Dimagiba was the most voted Congressman in the Philippines during the March '09 Congress Elections. He was also famous for his newspaper, The Daily Coconut. He died due to unknown reasons. Though, he had a successor, Mr. Dimagiba 2.0.

Party Presidents

The Party President of the Philippines for the Filipinos was elected every 15th day of the month by the majority of its members. The Party President's roles are the following:

  • Edit the party details. As the Party President, he could alter the name of the party with or without the discretion of his party members. He could also replace the logo of the party.
  • Select who will run for Congress from party.
  • Select who will represent party in the presidential elections.
  • Resign from this position (The member with the highest amount of experience points will replace him)
  • Remove and create Party Offices and Positions and appoints and removes Party Officials.
The Party Presidents of the Philippines for the Filipinos
Term Party President
February 15, 2009 to March 15, 2009 blitzwithlimes
March 16, 2009 to April 15, 2009 blitzwithlimes
April 16, 2009 to May 15, 2009 Prince Terence I
May 16, 2009 to June 15, 2009 Prince Terence I
June 16, 2009 to June 26, 2009 IndieKid
June 26, 2009 to June 27, 2009 mr. brodie
June 27, 2009 to July 14, 2009 blitzwithlimes
July 14, 2009 to July 15, 2009 justinm
July 16, 2009 to August 15, 2009 Prince Terence I
August 16, 2009 to August 27, 2009 Prince Terence I
August 27, 2009 to September 4, 2009 blitzwithlimes
September 4, 2009 to September 15, 2009 Nina Ayu
September 16, 2009 to October 15, 2009 Hekter
October 16, 2009 to November 14, 2009 Anarchist
November 14, 2009 to November 15, 2009 justinm
November 16, 2009 to December 15, 2009 Prince Terence II
December 16, 2009 to January 15, 2010 Prince Terence II
January 16, 2010 to February 15, 2010 Prince Terence II
February 16, 2010 to March 14, 2010 Prince Terence II
Legend
Party Political Take-over Period Party Rebellion Period

Produced Philippine Presidents

Name Term Remarks Name Term Remarks
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blitzwithlimes
March 14, 2009 - April 6, 2009
blitzwithlimes was the runner-up of the First Philippine Presidential Election.

Since Bunaly was impeached by the Philippine Congress, he succeeded Bunaly and was sworn as the new President. He is the first presidential runner-up to assume a vacated Presidential Office. He is the 2nd President of the Philippines.

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Hekter
December 23, 2009 - February 6, 2010
Hekter was also the runner-up of the December Presidential Election. After romansoldier decided to resign as President due to real life issues, he was then Impeached by Congress. Automatically, he succeeded romansoldier. Hekter was formerly the Sol Chairman and a Philippine Congress member prior to the election. In January 6, 2010, he was elected as the President of the Philippines. He was the first ever member of the party that became the elected Philippine President.

Congress

Philippines for the Filipinos Monthly Seat Percentage and Seat Count
Month January 2009 February 2009 March 2009 April 2009 May 2009 June 2009 July 2009 August 2009 September 2009 October 2009 November 2009 December 2009 January 2010 February 2010
Seats --- 05 out of 40 12 out of 40 06 out of 40 14 out of 40 09 out of 40 07 out of 40 08 out of 40 07 out of 40 05 out of 40 06 out of 40 07 out of 40 3 out of 22 ---
Percentage --- 12.5% 31.5% 15.0% 35.0% 22.5% 17.5% 20.0% 17.5% 12.5% 15.0% 17.5% 13.63% ---

Official Organization