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Kamikazee took the pledge

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Yep they have a new album, and they also have a new commitment. Kamikazee’s Jay, Puto, and Led took the pledge! Come and take the pledge! Browse www.panata2010.com.

Isang Milyon, Isang Panata

We will prove our generation’s political power by gathering one million youths in realizing one united pledge. By going out to register and vote in large numbers, we will steer our government in a new direction, the direction of change. Continue reading

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June 19: Youth Action Day

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“There is no better date to showcase youth unity and love for nation than this coming June 19, Rizal Day. Kabataan ang pag-asa ng bayan, hindi para sa bukas pa kundi ngayon na when our youth are being confronted with tyrannical attempts to discard our democratic rights.” — Kabataan Partylist Representative Mong Palatino. June 19 is also the day Kabataan Partylist was founded.

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Unite and Take Action

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Register to vote on 2010

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Raymond Palatino: The Filipino youth’s representative in Congress

Here’s Raymond “Mong” Palatino’s message to the Filipino youth on the historical event of seating the first youth representative in Congress.

Kabataan, tayo ang pagbabago

Five years in the making for the country’s sole youth sectoral party-list, but better late than never and victory is still sweet for all Filipino youth.

Kabataan Party-list, the largest youth party in the country, represented the youth sector in the 2007 elections. It was the second time for our organization to run in the party-list elections. In 2004, we ran under our previous name, Anak ng Bayan, and were among the top choices for party-list based on pre-election surveys. Anak ng Bayan, however, fell prey to massive cheating. A significant number of our votes were anomalously counted in favor of another party-list group, thus our change of name in the 2007 party-list elections. Continue reading

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