Ang Lakas Kampi Christian-Muslim Democrats, na kilala rin bilang Lakas Kampi CMD ay ang kasalukuyang namumunong partido pulitikal sa Pilipinas. Kilala rin ito bilang sentrista, at kasapi ito ng Internasyonal Demokratang Sentrista.
Lakas–CMD (Lakas-Christian Muslim Democrats) is a center-right political party in the Philippines. Its ideology is heavily influenced by Christian and Islamic democracy. The current party originated in 2009 with the merger of the original Lakas–CMD party with the Kabalikat ng Malayang Pilipino (KAMPI); it was known as Lakas Kampi CMD until 2012. The party produced one president, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, who was president when the two parties merged in 2009.
With Arroyo unable to run for a new term due to term limits, the party lost the 2010 presidential election with Gilberto Teodoro as its presidential nominee. The party retained its two senators, both incumbents, in the Senate election and became a part of the Liberal Party-led majority coalition; in the House of Representatives election, it won 47% of the seats contested in the district election, but most of its members were split into three groups, with naby defecting to the Liberal Party, some formed the National Unity Party, and the remaining members were split into the majority and minority blocs, with its members heading the minority. On May 11, 2012, the party decided to revert back to its original name and drop Arroyo's KAMPI from the coalition. Lakas–CMD is currently one of the parties in opposition. In 2013, Sen. Bong Revilla assumed the new chairman of Lakas party, and he is the possible standard bearer of the party in the next Presidental Election in 2016.
President: Ferdinand Martin Romualdez
Chairman: Bong R
Secretary-General: Jose Aquino II
Founded: June 18, 2008
Merger of: Lakas–CMD and KAMPI
Ideology: Christian democracy, Islamic democracy