“The election is over, but teachers who served as BEIs and support staff remain unpaid their corresponding honorarium.”
Tags: 2016 elections
By BENJIE OLIVEROS Bulatlat Prespective Former Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte is, as of this writing, poised to take over the presidency with his insurmountable lead over his closest rivals. He is not the “presidential type” with his brash manners, foul language, single-mindedness, and “un-statesmanlike” conduct – such as when he asked the Australian and…
“We need to ready ourselves for an intensified fight for our democratic rights.”
“This year’s increase in overseas voting – a whopping 285-percent increase — “is testament to how Filipinos, wherever they are in the world, thirst for genuine change.”
“Qualitatively, there has been no change from last two automated elections — the problems were still led by machine troubles, and most other reported problems stemmed from it.”
Early this morning, at around 9:30 a.m., the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting received a call from a hotel staff, informing them that VCMs were brought there.
“These reports put to question the accuracy of the votes supposedly counted by the VCMs”
The voter can verify through his or her receipt, but even if he or she sees and reports an error, this erroneous vote has been included in the precinct count.
By SARAH RAYMUNDO Blood Rush How come some people still get away with mouthing the big lie about elections being the great equalizer? It is mainly because pundits refuse to see electoral politics in its proper context: the contemporary crisis of neoliberalism. Instead of anaylzing political figures, events, dispositions, track record, and platforms within two…
“The Department of Budget Management has said that as much as 90 percent of the country’s budget this year has already been released.”
“The Comelec is filled with Aquino appointees and is headed by Andres Bautista, a cousin of Aquino and a former campaigner of Roxas.”