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United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) Senate candidate Zambales Rep. Milagros “Mitos” Magsaysay yesterday conceded defeat and thanked the millions of people who supported her bid in the May 13 elections.
Since Tuesday, Magsaysay has been steady at the 21st spot. In the latest count of the Commission on Elections (Comelec), she had 4,041,276 votes.
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The morning after emerging as the No. 1 elected senator in the 2013 national elections in the unofﬁcial, partial results, Grace PoeLlamanzares says her winning is not just her personal victory but also the victory of her late father, Fernando Poe, Jr.
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The government does not have any hit list of suspected communist rebels who should supposedly be hunted down and executed, Malacañang made clear yesterday.
Presidential spokesman Edwin Lacierda explained they only have a list of persons who face arrest warrants issued by the courts.
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Manila, Philippines – It’s Erap-bashing all over again, San Juan City Rep. JV Ejercito-Estrada said, describing the recent spate of black propaganda launched by his detractors against him.
The lawmaker, a Senate candidate of the United Nationalist Alliance (UNA), said the recent attacks against him, including the alleged offshore accounts he had, that were bared by the Philippine...
Manila, Philippines – Senate bets who will make it to the 16th Congress should be a lover of the carabao, the country’s beast of burden.
Batangas Rep. Mark Llandro Mendoza hopes the next Congress will take the bill that would protect carabaos by penalizing its slaughter and use as substitute for cow meat seriously.
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Manila, Philippines – Double the financial assistance to bury the country’s World War 2 heroes.
This, according to a Bataan lawmaker, is the perfect gift Congress and government can offer the remaining Filipino World War 2 warriors when the country commemorates Araw ng Kagitingan (Day of Valor) on April 9.
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Manila, Philippines – Senate President Pro Tempore Jose “Jinggoy“ E. Estrada yesterday admitted that he was hurt because his own brother San Juan Rep. JV Ejercito-Estrada snubbed his daughter Janelle during the proclamation rally of the United National Alliance’s (UNA) local bets in San Juan City.
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Manila, Philippines – SENATOR Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III, in less than two years in his Senate seat, has proven that he has the determination to initiate reform in Philippine elections — by authoring six landmark laws, and three more bills just awaiting the President’s signature. This time around, though, Senator Koko chooses a more creative way of advancing his anti-cheating...
Manila, Philippines – The camp of former president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo has decided to remain in the background as an ecstatic Aquino administration celebrated the country’s Fitch Rating lifting its credit rating to investment grade for the first time in the nation’s history.
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Manila, Philippines – Criticized for allegedly sending a poorly written message to graduating constituents, Paranaque City Rep. Edwin Olivarez yesterday lashed at his detractors for allegedly lacking reading comprehension skills that they could not appreciate the words of wisdom he wanted to impart the graduates.
Olivarez, who is running for mayor of Paranaque City, said his critics...