LDP

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AcronymDefinition
LDPLiberal Democratic Party
LDPLinux Documentation Project
LDPLeadership Development Program
LDPLabel Distribution Protocol (IETF)
LDPLane Departure Prevention (automotive)
LDPLatihan Dalam Perkhidmatan (Malay: In-Service Training; education)
LDPLoader Debugger Protocol
LDPLeak Detection Pump (automotive engineering)
LDPLow Density Lipoprotein
LDPLarge Deviation Principle
LDPLimited Driving Privilege (various locations)
LDPLaban ng Demokratikong Pilipino (Philippines political group)
LDPLocal Delivery Plan (National Health Service; UK)
LDPLinux Distribution Partner
LDPLevel of Development Plan
LDPLabel Distribution Protocol
LDPLaser Disc Player
LDPLivelihood Development Program (various organizations)
LDPLiberal Demokrat Parti
LDPLe Domaine Public (French: The Public Domain)
LDPLong Distance Path (UK; formerly National Trails)
LDPLanding Decision Point (final point in rotorcraft approach when a balked landing may be accomplished)
LDPLiquid Dairy Products (TetraPak)
LDPLegal Document Preparer (Arizona)
LDPLocal Distribution Point
LDPLink-Disjoint Path
LDPLegal Disciplinary Partnership (UK law practice)
LDPLoan Deficiency Program (USDA program payment for low commodity prices)
LDPLogistics Development Program
LDPLanded Duty Paid
LDPLiquid Dispersion Polymer
LDPLand Disturbing Permit (Virginia)
LDPLivestock, Dairy & Poultry
LDPLucky Duck Productions (New York, NY)
LDPLancha de Desembarque Pequena (Portuguese Navy)
LDPLanguage Designated Position
LDPLeast Damage Possible (banking, mergers and acquisitions)
LDPLong Distance Platform
LDPLingwa de Planeta (language)
LDPLong Distance Pumping (skateboarding)
LDPLanguage and Diversity Program
LDPLightweight Directory Protocol
LDPLocal Data Processor
LDPLiberal Demokrasi Partisi (Turkey)
LDPLow Density Presort (Canada Post)
LDPLocal Distribution Panel (electrical switchgear)
LDPLogistic Data Process
LDPLoaded Deployability Posture (STADEPS)
LDPLomas Data Products, Incorporated
LDPLung Damaging Particle
LDPLet's Discuss, Please
LDPLeading Dimensions Profile (Leading Dimensions Consulting)
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The final and official results from the Commission on Electionsshowed 18,161,862voters supported Angara's reelection bid, placing him at the 6thspotin the so-called "Magic 12." He was the lone senatorial candidate of Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino. Angara sought reelection at a time of high inflation that, government economists say, was unfairly attributed to the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion Law, which he steered through the Senate as chairman of the Ways and Means Committee.
Juan Edgardo "Sonny" Angara is a relectionist senator under the Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino (LDP) and the administration's Hugpong ng Pagbabago.
Angara was a Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino (LDP) senatorial candidate, who was endorsed by the Hugpong ng Pagbabago (HNP) regional party formed by presidential daughter and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio and a guest candidate of President Rodrigo Duterte's PDP-Laban party.
Workers and Peasants Party (WPP) was ranked at seventh place with 16.35 points, Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino (LDP) in eighth place with 16.11 points, National Unity Party (NUP) at ninth with 14.52 points and Aksyon Demokratiko at tenth with 12.25 points.
Composing the winning circle were four members of the ruling Partido Demokratikong Pilipinas-Lakas ng Bayan (PDP-Laban) chaired by Duterte (Go, Dela Rosa, Pimentel, and Tolentino), five supporters of the Duterte administration (Villar, Cayetano, and Marcos, all of the Nacionalista Party; Angara of Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino and Revilla, of Lakas-CMD who was endorsed by Hugpong ng Pagbabago regional party of Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte).
De Lima cited the Supreme Court's ruling in the 2004 case of Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino against the poll body that"the purpose of according dominant status and representation to a minority party is precisely to serve as an effective check on the majority." According to De Lima, the Omnibus Election Code definesthe dominant opposition party as "that political party, group or organization or coalition of major national or regional political parties opposedto the majority party, which has the capability to wage a bona fide nationwide campaign as shown by the extent of its organization.
BOPK, in coalition with Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino, has endorsed a mix of candidates for senator.
Angara chairs the Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino (LDP), the political party once led by his father who was behind landmark legislation that created the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), the Free College High School Act, the Senior Citizens Act, and the National Health Insurance Act that created the PhilHealth.
Comelec also accredited LP, Nationalist People's Coalition, United Nationalist Alliance, Lakas-CMD, Workers and Peasants Party, Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino, National Unity Party and Aksyong Demokratiko as major political parties.
HNP is known to have formed alliances with PDP-Laban, Nationalist People's Coalition, Nacionalista Party, Lakas-CMD, Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino, National Unity Party, Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino, People's Reform Party and Partido Federal ng Pilipinas.
Apart from PDP-Laban and NP, the Comelec also accredited the LP, Nationalist People's Coalition, United Nationalist Alliance, Lakas-CMD, Workers and Peasants Party, Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino, National Unity Party and Aksyong Demokratiko as major political parties.