MANILA, Philippines – With at least 1,634 election checkpoints set up across the country in the next 5 months, what are the odds that you would be stopped at a checkpoint? High. In Resolution 9588, the Commission on Elections says the search and seizure procedures conducted at poll checkpoints should not violate the civil, political, and human rights of anyone being flagged.
MANILA, Philippines - Advocating "secure and fair elections," the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) led a unity walk early Sunday, January 13, marking the official start of the 2013 election period. The unity walk, dubbed as the "SAFE 2013" campaign, started from several points in Quezon City, with representatives from the DILG, Philippine National Police, Commission on Elections, and non-government organizations participating.
MANILA, Philippines – Sunday, January 13, started the longest political event in the country that happens every 3 years—the elections. Taking effect within the election period are all sorts of prohibitions in and out of government and among political players that are more detailed and expansive than what some countries have.
BARANGAY ANGAS, Sta. Josefa, Agusan del Sur, Jan. 11 -- Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (Tesda) Caraga Region, Wednesday, January 9, launched the Cash for Training Project (C4TP) here with Tesda Regional Director Florencio Sunico Jr., Gov. Adolph Edward Plaza, Vice Gov. Santiago Cane Jr., Congresswoman Evelyn “Bebs” Plaza-Mellana with Sta. Josefa Mayor Glenn Plaza.