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Newly-elected Senators Grace Poe, Loren Legarda, Alan Peter Cayetano, Francis Escudero, Nancy Binay and Sonny Angara, with the Commission of Elections en banc—sitting as National Board of Canvassers, during their proclamation as the top six winning senators, at the NBOC canvassing center, Philippine International Convention Center (PICC), Pasay City, south of Manila, on 16 May 2013, four days after the 2013 midterm elections. (Mike Alquinto/NPPA Images)
By MARK MADRONA, VERA Files THE conduct of last Monday’s polls and the Commission on Election’s “arbitrary and highly irregular” decisions during the canvassing have turned the mid-term elections into a technology and political disaster, a coalition of poll watchdogs … Continue reading →
By VERA FILES Can you do the math, and fast? Amid apprehensions over “untenable figures” used to proclaim the top nine senatorial candidates, a poll watchdog says there are two remaining ways to silence allegations of fraudulent results. The National … Continue reading →
By Vicente Alejandro, VERA Files Catbalogan City – There was no actual raising of hands for these winners in Samar province. Unlike in past elections when they were present for their proclamation and accompanied by cheering supporters, the winning members … Continue reading →
By Mikha Flores and Melissa Luz Lopez, VERA Files The Commission on Elections proclaimed three more senators-elect on Friday amid snowballing protests against the premature announcement of winners based only on a fraction of the results, with one watchdog describing … Continue reading →
By Vicente Alejandro, VERA Files Catbalogan City-–The political reign of the father-and-son tandem of Rep. Raul Daza and Gov. Paul Daza in Northern Samar has ended in the May 13 mid-term elections. Rep. Daza lost by a slim margin in … Continue reading →