LAMMP is an effort to light the way for teen mothers.
Besides $22,000 from The Florida Bar Foundation and $90,000 from the law firm of Greenberg Traurig for her 2010-12 Equal Justice Works Fellowship, through which Wilson developed LAMMP, the project received financial support from the Palm Beach County Bar Association, including its Young Lawyers Section, and from the William and Helen Thomas Charitable Trust.
The Nationalist People's Coalition (NPC) included elements from the LAMMP as the major opposition party, and Filipinos saw this party to the left of the LAMMP position in 1998.
For instance, expert observers would place the LAMMP to the left of Lakas in 1998, but the Philippine public reversed the ordering of these two parties.
After Estrada's downfall, LAMMP
greatly declined and political parties in the Philippines were restructured again under the leadership of Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.
* The Philippines, LDP (Struggle of Democratic Filipinos) (12 percent), LAMMP (Struggle of the Patriotic Filipino Masses) (15 percent), Lakas-National Union of Christian Democrats-United Muslim Democrats of the Philippines (12 percent), "Did Not Vote for a Party" (21 percent), and other parties (40 percent);
The LNU and those who do not vote for a party, compared with their LAMMP counterparts, and the LNU over the LDP are more willing to participate in protest activities.
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