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Bangon Pilipinas Party


Bangon Pilipinas Party

Rise Up Philippines
Bangon Pilipinas
President Bro. Eduardo "Eddie" Villanueva
Chairman Bro. Eduardo "Eddie" Villanueva
Founded 2004 (2004)
Headquarters 3rd/F Imperial Bayfrot Tower 1642 A. Mabini St. Malate, Manila
Youth wing Bangon Kabataan
Ideology Christian democracy,
Social Democracy,
Christian left
International affiliation None
Colors Yellow and green
Seats in the Senate
Seats in the House of Representatives
Provincial governorships
Provincial vice governorships
Provincial board members
Politics of Philippines
Political parties

Bangon Pilipinas Party (BPP) (Rise Up Philippines) is a political party in the Philippines, formed in 2004 as the Bangon Pilipinas Movement. It is the political vehicle of its leader, televangelist Eddie Villanueva. Villanueva ran for president on 2004 and 2010, but lost on both elections. The party put up a senatorial slate for the 2010 elections but none of its candidates won.

Villanueva's son, Eddie Villanueva, Jr. is the highest ranking elected official of the party, serving as mayor of Bocaue, Bulacan; he will run as the Liberal Party' candidate in the 2013 elections.

Candidates for Philippine general elections, 2010


Candidate for the Philippine general election, 2013

Senatorial Slate (1)

Electoral performance


Election Candidate Number of votes for Bangon Pilipinas Share of votes Outcome of election
2004 Eddie Villanueva 1,988,218 6.16% Lost
2010 Eddie Villanueva 1,125,878 3.12% Lost

Vice president

Election Candidate Number of votes for Bangon Pilipinas Share of votes Outcome of election
2010 Perfecto Yasay 364,652 1.04% Lost


Election Number of votes for Bangon Pilipinas Share of votes Seats won Seats after Outcome of election
2010 6,486,749 2.2% 0 Lost
2013 6,686,774 2.33% 0 Lost

House of Representatives

Election Number of votes for Bangon Pilipinas Share of votes Seats Outcome of election
2010 11,294 0.03% Lost


  • Eduardo "Jon-Jon/JJV" Villanueva, Jr. is a two-termer mayor of Bocaue, Bulacan. He is the highest ranking elected officeholder of the party.

See also


External links

  • Bangon Pilipinas official site
  • Bro. Eddie Villanueva official site
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