REELECTIONIST Ang Probinsyano Partylist continue to promote inclusive governance for Filipinos through well-rounded government services.

In a statement, the partylist said it reiterated its advocacy of improving the sectors of education, health, agriculture, tourism and livelihood, and peace and order to provide better services for Filipinos.

It likewise vowed to create more laws and programs that will focus on the welfare of overseas Filipino workers, women, senior citizens, and animals which are among the vulnerable groups in the society.

The partylist is optimistic that it can sustain its services to Filipinos as it topped in the recent survey conducted by Pulse Asia.

The national survey, conducted on March 17 to 21, showed that Ang Probinsyano Partylist, ACT-CIS, Ako Bicol, and An Waray would have the support of at least two percent of Filipino voters in the May 9 elections.

The sectoral organizations only need to garner at least two percent of Filipino voters to get a seat in the House of Representative.

Depending on their votes garnered, some groups may get more than one representative based on the second round formula where their percentages of votes will be multiplied to the number of remaining seats in the Congress.

Under the Republic Act 7941, or the Partylist System Act, the partylist representatives shall constitute 20 percent of the total number of the members of the House of Representatives including those under the partylist.

At present, Ang Probinsyano Partylist holds two seats in the House of Representatives, namely, by Representatives Alfred Delos Santos and Edward Delos Santos.