Philippine Progressive Party

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Philippine Progressive Party

Party-Philippine_Progressive_Party.jpg
General Information
Country Flag-Philippines.jpg Philippines
Abbreviation PPP
Newspaper The Notepad
Colors Black, blue, red, white
                   
Founded 19 April 2011
Dissolved 18 August 2011
Political
Congress Occupancy
Succeeds Bayan Muna
Succeeded By Bayanihan
Orientation Center-Left
Ideology Libertarian

The Philippine Progressive Party (Tagalog: Partido Progresibo ng Pilipinas), abbreviated as PPP, was a center-left political party in the Philippines.

History

The Philippine Progressive Party was founded on 19 April 2011 by Sigurd Aasen in an attempt . It was previously named Bayan Muna.[1]

Leadership

List of party presidents:

No. Portrait Name Took office Left office Term
1 Citizen2059284.jpg Sigurd Aasen 19 April 2011 15 May 2011 1
2 Citizen1204391.jpg Kyle321n 16 May 2011 15 June 2011 1
3 Citizen2059284.jpg Sigurd Aasen 16 June 2011 15 July 2011 2
4 Citizen1475718.jpg Elari Reili 16 July 2011 15 August 2011 1
5 Citizen2059284.jpg Sigurd Aasen 16 August 2011 18 August 2011
Dissolved the party
3

Electoral performance

Presidential elections

Election Candidate Votes Outcome
2011
May 2011 No elections were held.
June 2011 indielfi 48 (52.75%) Won
July 2011 Sigurd Aasen 35 (37.63%) Lost
August 2011 sansae2 41 (45.05%) Lost

Congress elections

Election Seats won +/– Wing
2011
April 2011
7 / 40
Minority
May 2011
10 / 30
3 Majority
June 2011
3 / 20
7 Minority
July 2011
2 / 20
1 Minority

Notable members

  • indielfi (25th President of the Philippines)

References

  1. Philippine Progressive Party. The Notepad. Published on 19 April 2011.