Photo Exhibit Showcases History of Liberal
| LP leaders formally open
A highlight of the 60th anniversary celebrations of the Liberal
Party of the Philippines (LP) is a photo exhibit chronicling
the history of the party from its birth in 1946 until the present
The LP’s 60th Anniversary Committee, of which the Friedrich
Naumann Foundation is a member, formally opened the exhibit on 20
January, 2006 in Ali Mall, Cubao, Quezon City. The exhibition entitled
“Mga Kulay ng Kalayaan
(The Colors of Freedom
showcases never before published photographs as well as news clippings
and other memorabilia detailing the rich tradition of the Philippines’
most enduring political party.
Senate Majority Floor Leader Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan
congratulated the committee on this historical masterpiece as
it reminds the party of its grand history and inspires them to
remember the traditions.
“We are happy to be part of this project,” said Resident
Representative Dr. Ronald Meinardus. “Democracy is founded
on ideals and in order for a party to persevere it must be firmly
rooted in them. This photo exhibit clearly shows the Liberal Party’s
visions stem from those,” he concluded.
“Mga Kulay ng
Kalayaan” runs for one week and is open to the
public. It will then move to other venues.