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Recent Activities (5)

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY, PH –Twelve select local leaders from the Centrist Democratic Party of the Philippines (CDP) finished a short course on Local Trainors Training Workshop spearheaded by the Centrist Democracy Political Institute (CDPI), the party’s think tank.

Monday, 15 August 2016 10:15

Federalism Conference in Palawan

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The Centrist Democracy Political Institute (CDPI) in partnership with the Centrist Democratic Party of the Philippines, Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI), 2005 ConCom, and local chambers around the Philippines successfully held its sixth Federalism conference in Puerto Prinsesa Palawan last August 18 (Thursday) with about 135 participants from various institutions joining the discussion.

 

The officers of the Centrist Democratic Party of the Philippines (CDP) convened for a two-day roundtable discussion on pursuing the Federalism-Parliamentary campaign last August 8-9 at the N Hotel, Cagayan de Oro City. The event included an assessment of the party’s participation to the recent national and local elections, evaluating the status of the members and accounting the leadership of the newly elected members of the CDP.

Friday, 29 July 2016 09:37

Pursuing Federalism: Cebu and Pampanga

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A Conference on Federal-Parliamentary system has been successfully held for the fourth and fifth time in the city of Cebu and San Fernando, Pampanga.

With its consistent banner, “Pursuing Federalism: A Shift from Unitary - Presidential to Federal - Parliamentary Government”, the two recently held FedCons were able to converge various individuals in the locality in its goal to provide feasible recommendations to President Duterte’s administration in his Federal advocacy.

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY, PH - Local businessmen and representatives of various organizations in the city of Cagayan de Oro gathered in the CDPI third national conference on the proposal to shift to Federal-Parliamentary system.

According to statement by Mr. Aldrico Manus, former President of Oro Chamber, they [local businessmen] are too enthusiastic to be part of a real political party that promotes less government control and full of participation of citizens in the decision making process.