The Commission of Elections (Comelec) disclosed that that two shopping malls – SM Ecoland Davao and Abreeza Ayala Mall – would host some of the election precincts in the May Presidential and local elections.
The camp of PDP-Laban Presidential aspirant Rodrigo Duterte has denounced as “garbage and a pathetic lie” the rumors that the tough-talking Davao City mayor has withdrawn from the presidential race.
At least 19 environment groups in the country ganged up on the vice presidential bid of Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., the namesake of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos.
The feisty presidential candidate Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago is at it again with her “pick-up” lines.
Davao City Mayor and presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte has issued a statement of apology on Tuesday, April 19 over his rape remark made in a rally. However, Duterte, who was in Bacolod City on Monday, April 18, was quoted as saying that he won’t apologize for what he said.
Presidential aspirant Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago said she is “hurt” with the survey results which showed her as lagging behind other candidates despite a strong endorsement by young voters.
The Commission on Elections here said it was satisfied with the result of the first day of the Candidates Forum 2016 held on Thursday, April 14 in partnership with the Philippine Information Agency.
The camp of presidential aspirant Rodrigo Duterte said that there is no truth to the alleged plot to “unmask” Duterte’s rival Senator Grace Poe.
Four days to go before the start of the overseas absentee voting, an OFW leader urged registered overseas absentee voters (OAV) to vote starting April 9.
Presidential aspirants condemned the violent barricade dispersal on Friday, April 1 in Kidapawan City.