2016 Flag of Philippines 2024 ›
Philippine parliamentary election, 2020
All 465 seats in the Batasan Pambansa

233 seats needed for a majority

October 26, 2020
Turnout 83.9%
First party Second party Third party
Mainemendoza GMA 0024 Renato-reyes2
Leader Maine Mendoza Louise delos Reyes Renato Reyes Jr.
Party Nacionalista PDP-LABAN Makabayan
Alliance KBL UNIDO Alyansa ng Pag-asa
Leader since 15 July 2016 21 August 2016 10 November 2019
Leader's seat Bulacan - 4th Cavite - 6th Did not contest
Seats before 233 232 new party
Seats after 188 147 130
Seat change Decrease 45 Decrease 85 Increase 130
Prime Minister before election
Maine Mendoza
Subsequent Prime Minister
Maine Mendoza
The Philippine parliamentary election of 2016 were held on Monday, October 26, 2020 together with Barangay and SK Elections.Each of the 465 parliamentary constituencies elected one to three Member of Parliament (Mambabatas Pambansa) to the National Assembly (Batasan Pambansa), the dominant house of Parliament. The Makabayan Coaition was split from centre-left leaning UNIDO in 2018 after some members of the UNIDO led by Jose Maria Sison, chairman of Communist Party of the Philippines bolted from the UNIDO Coalition after some disagreements with UNIDO leader Louise delos Reyes in preparation for the 2020 parliamentary elections. After the Election, KBL Leader Maine Mendoza said the coalition fell majority but her party Nacionalista has largest party but the party seats fell to 80 cause the Hung Parliament with UNIDO and Alyansa ng Pag-asa (Alliance of Hope). KBL and Alyansa ng Pag-asa (Alliance of Hope) sign a coalition agreement to reach the absolute majority make Maine Mendoza form the first Coalition Government with Alyansa ng Pag-asa (Alliance of Hope) leader Renato Reyes Jr. elected as her deputy.  

Result by Party