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More troops from Luzon arrive in Davao

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5 years ago

By CJ KUIZON
Philippine Army soldiers landed on the shores of Hijo beach in Madaum, Tagum City on the first Friday of June, ferried by Navy ships straight from Luzon.

Foreign observers watch the Davao elections

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5 years ago

By GERMELINA LACORTE
Foreign observers said they’re aware that Filipinos will be braving bullets and bribes in today’s first ever automated elections but hope that their presence will deter electoral fraud.

Brownouts getting longer on the eve of the elections

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5 years ago

By GERMELINA LACORTE
Power outages in Davao City has lengthened to two and a half to three hours a day on the eve of the May 10 elections owing to the reduction of power supplied by the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines to DLPC which distributes power in the city, Ross Luga, DLPC corporate communications officer, said.

Your Guide to the Elections

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5 years ago

IBON and Pagbabago’s Election 2010 Voters’ Education Kit An overview of the Automated Election System, “Election Facts and Figures”, “The…