Aquino's Liberal Party reunited with its staunch opponent, the Nationalista Party, because the wife of Senator Manuel Villar, head of the NP, is running as a senatorial candidate of the LP.
What does NP stand for?
NP stands for Nationalista Party (Philippines)
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Origenes is a candidate of the opposition Nationalista Party in Taganaan town in Surigao del Norte province the southern Philippines.
Noeh Rosing, head of Pawan, Zamboanga City, and his son Banjing had come from a gathering of the Nationalista Party in Pagadian City, when they were attacked and reportedly killed by the former's first cousin, Daniel Rosing, a political candidate in the 2013 congressional elections at 4pm on Saturday afternoon, Senior Superintendent William Manzan, police provincial chief, said in a TV interview.
Many of them have either joined the Liberal Party which is headed by its standard bearer Senator Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino, or the Nationalista Party which is led by presidential candidate, former Senate President Manny Villar.
The Nationalista Party launched an advertisement showcasing its five women senatorial candidates such as Cayetano, leftist congresswoman Liza Maza, lawyer Gwendolyn Pimentel, Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago, labour expert Susan aeToots' Ople, including Senator Loren Legarda who is running as a vice-presidential candidate.
Byline: Barbara Mae Dacanay Manila Senator Manuel aeManny' Villar, the presidential candidate of the Nationalista Party (NP), has been criticised for his unusual campaign strategy, but other observers said he has used his marketing skills to advance his claim for the top post.
Any time, anywhere," Villar, the presidential candidate of the Nationalista Party, said on television when asked to respond to the gauntlet thrown by Aquino, his Liberal Party rival.
Historical appeal "We unveiled our vision for the nation [at] the birthplace of Rizal who told us and showed us how to love our country," the Nationalista Party said in a statement.