Updated unofficial list of Party-list organizations approved by Comelec to run in the 2013 polls

from NAMFREL Election Monitor Vol.2, No.28
The Comelec has not issued any official list of organizations that the Comelec en banc has approved so far to run in May 2013, but based on media statements by the Comelec, here is an updated list as of November 20:
1. Aagapay sa Matatanda
2. Akbayan
3. Ang Nars Inc.
4. Ating Agapay Sentrong Samahan ng mga Obrera (Aasenso)
5. Bayan Muna
6. Pilipinos with Disabilities
7. PISTON (Pinagkaisang Samahan ng mga Tsuper at Operator Nationwide)
Meanwhile, here is an updated list of organizations that were previously disqualified by the Comelec to run as Party-list organizations in the 2013 elections, but for whose petitions the Supreme Court has issued a status quo ante order (SQAO). The SC orders do not automatically make the organizations qualify to run in 2013. With the SQAO, the accreditation of the groups are restored temporarily by the SC, until the final resolution based on the merits of their cases. The Comelec was ordered to comment on the petitions of said organizations within a nonextendable period of 10 days from receipt of the notice of SQAO.

A. November 20 SQAO
1. 1Guardians Nationalist Phil. Inc, (GANAP/GUARDIANS),
2. Agapay ng Indigenous People Rights Alliance (A-IPRA)
3. Alliance for Nationalism and Democracy (ANAD)
4. Bantay
5. Kaagapay ng Nagkakaisang Aguilang Pilipinong Magsasaka (KAP)
6. Philippine Guardian Brotherhood Inc. (1BRO-PGBI)
B. November 13 SQAO
1. 1st Consumers Alliance for Rural Energy, Inc. (1-CARE)
2. Ako Bicol Political Party (AKB)
3. Alliance for Rural and Agrarian Reconstruction, Inc. (ARARO)
4. Alliance for Rural Concerns (ARC)
5. Association for Righteousness Advocacy on Leadership (ARAL)
6. Association of Philippine Electric Cooperatives, Inc. (APEC)
7. Aksyon Magsasaka-Partido Tinig ng Masa (AKMA-PTM)
8. Kapatiran ng mga Nakulong na Walang Sala, Inc. (KAKUSA)

There are petitions filed by other Comelec-disqualified organizations that have pending decisions at the Supreme Court.

(Various news sources)