LIST: Registered political parties, party lists for the 2022 elections

FILE A voter casts his ballot in a PCOS machine after voting in Ward 169 of San Antonio High School in Makati City. INVESTIGATOR file photo / ARNOLD ALMACEN

MANILA, Philippines – The Election Commission (Comelec) has released the list of registered political parties and party lists for the upcoming 2022 elections.

The list released by the electoral body on Monday showed 49 registered national political parties, 23 regional political parties and 102 parties for provincial and local constituencies as of September 30.

According to Comelec, there are also 170 registered on 270 groups of party lists which have submitted their certificates of nomination and acceptance.

Of the registered party lists, 118 were already registered, while 52 newly registered party lists as of October 20.

Here are the registered political parties in the country:

The polling body will publish the final list of candidates by December, according to Comelec spokesman James Jimenez.

The national elections will take place on May 9, 2022. In the meantime, the deadline for the substitution of candidates will be November 15.


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