Ang Prolife Partylist Personal/Chapter Declaration

ANG PROLIFE (Party-List Organization) is an organization comprising a coalition of individuals and organizations committed to the Pro-Life and Pro-Family advocacy. Its founders and members have been lobbying for the protection of LIFE and the Family in all its aspects and incidents, before congressional committees and public offices where they confront laws and policies that destroy and undermine the Pro-Life and Pro-Family values enshrined in the 1987 Constitution (such as continuing attempts to enshrine a Culture of Death in the Philippines through bills on divorce, euthanasia, abortion, birth control, reproductive rights, population control, and homosexuality). We believe and affirm that ANG PROLIFE will be the first and only party list organization instituted with the primary objective and mission to Reclaim the Culture of Life in the Philippines through direct participation in the legislative branch of government, beginning with the forthcoming Elections in 2013.

For this purpose, and pursuant to the rules of the Commission on Elections, ANG PROLIFE has submitted the names of five nominees for the 2013 Elections, namely:

1. JAMES MARCOS IMBONG

General Counsel, St. Thomas More Society Philippines

2. JEREMY BENIGNO ISON GATDULA

Lawyer, Educator & Professor

3. LORNA BARCARSE MELEGRITO

Executive Director, Pro-life Philippines Foundation

4. LAREINA LEA MANALANG-GARCIA

Teacher

5. EDGARDO JOVEN TRIA TIRONA

Advocate for Poverty Alleviation and Social Development

We hold that good families make good citizens, and good citizens build families that become the nation’s engines of authentic and total growth. We pledge to pursue this mandate in partnership with friends and cooperators like you who value LIFE and the FILIPINO FAMILY in all its aspects and incidents.

It is in this light that we present to you the attached document.

 

JAMES M. IMBONG

Secretary General

 

ANGPROLIFE Personal Declaration

 

ANGPROLIFE Chapter Declaration

 

 

  • Raphael Albino

    “The separation of Church and State shall be inviolable.”n-Article 2, section 6 of the Philippine Constitution nn”One-half of the seats allocated to the party-list representatives shall be filled, as provided by law, by selection or election from … sectors as may be provided by law, except the religious sector. -Article 6, section 5 (2) of the Philippine Constitution “Religious denominations and sects shall not be registered (as a political party, organization or coalition, by the Comelec) -Article 9, C, section 2 (5) of the Philippine Constitution. nn”Any head … of any religious organization … who coerces or intimidates or compels, or in any manner influence, directly or indirectly, any of his… parishioners… to aid, campaign or vote for or against any candidate or any aspirant for the nomination or selection of candidates.”- Article XXII, Election Offenses (d) (1), Omnibus Election Code of the PhilippinesnnnWhat the hell is wrong with the CBCP? -.-

    • http://www.facebook.com/rzcortes Robert Z. Cortes

      Well, Raphael Albino, you refer to and quote what you clearly do not understand :-) Read again with a mind less clouded by your biases and prejudices. Perhaps then you will open yourself to the Truth.

      • http://twitter.com/glenda_maye Glenda Maye Abad

        Taking it out of context ano? LOL.

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