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Philippines A Malacanang official on Sunday backed the Commission on Elections' proclamation of winning senatorial candidates ahead of the full count of votes, but said anybody could hale the elections body to court. The Comelec is the Comelec,''
North Cotabato Gov. Emmanuel Pinol, who had earlier announced that he was conceding to reelectionist Gov. Emmylou Talino-Mendoza, has reversed himself, saying that massive fraud has forced him to protest the results of the balloting. Pinol conceded
Philippines Prove them wrong was what Vice President Jejomar Binay advised his eldest daughter Nancy whose election as senator out of nowhere has made her the subject of vicious criticisms...Despite being at the receiving end of personal attacks, his
Brillantes blasts critics with dirty minds' 2:30 pm Thursday, May 16th, 2013 Commission on Elections Chairman Sixto Brillantes Jr. PhilippinesCommission on Elections Chairman Sixto Brillantes Jr. on Thursday took a swipe at critics with dirty minds
Wednesday evening as transmissions throughout the country continued to come in at a snail's pace. On the second full day of canvassing, the total certificates of canvass (COCs) received so far was 29. There are a total of 304 expected COCs from in
The Smartmatic official has and should have no business being there, Del Rosario said. Castro Rico, a Spaniard, was the project manager of Smartmatic during the aborted 2008 Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao poll automation project and one of the
Philippines Out of the 11 towns in the province of Davao Oriental, five failed to transmit election results for canvassing. The session hall of Sangguniang Panlungsod is almost empty except for a few election workers, poll watchers and journalists.
Guimaras province and Paranaque city were the first to transmit their CoCs, followed shortly by Mandaluyong city. The fourth was Romblon, which transmitted its CoCs at 1:07 p.m...The Comelec went on a break as they have decided to tally results after
PhilippinesCommission on Elections chairman Sixto Brillantes Jr. on Monday expressed optimism the 12 newly elected senators will be proclaimed by Wednesday night, but remained cautious on the last three spots that have always proved to be contentious.
But most are cut up about politicians doing nothing for them The elections have been a boon to the garment workers of Hegganahalli near Peenya on the outskirts of the city. For 43-year-old Renuka N., who works in a garment unit, the brief period