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Daily Tribune – Is Facebook still useful come May?

By Nick V. Quijano Jr. | Daily Tribune Mr. Duterte is the first and last Facebook president. No other politician in the May midterm elections, including his closest allies, will

The Manila Times – How automation of vote counting has undermined transparency

By Lito Averia | The Manila Times THE smartphone has truly become a ubiquitous device that many aspire to own. Couple this with internet technologies that brought a revolution and

The Manila Times – A conspiracy of tolerance

By Antonio P. Contreras | The Manila Times THE vigor by which Robert Mueller goes after people who may have tainted the US 2016 presidential election, notwithstanding the fact that

The Manila Times – We did it in Mindanao, can we do the next one?

By Francisco S. Tatad | The Manila Times ON Jan. 21, 2019, close to two million Filipinos ratified the Organic Law creating the Bangsamoro Automous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM),

ABS-CBN News – Robredo camp opposes recount of Mindanao votes

By Adrian Ayalin | ABS-CBN News MANILA—Vice-President Leni Robredo’s camp said it is “game over” for former senator Bongbong Marcos as her lawyer filed a supplemental manifestation before the Presidential

The Manila Times – Our elections since 2010 all violated the law

By Antonio P. Contreras | The Manila Times THERE is an elephant in the room that many do not want to call out, name, talk about and even recognize. It is

Daily Tribune – And the winner is… abandoned

By Ninez Cacho-Olivares | Daily Tribune Midterm polls are coming up, yet after close to three years, the Supreme Court (SC), acting as the Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET), still has

The Manila Times – SC: Real winner of VP contest known soon

By Jomar Canlas | The Manila Times The Supreme Court (SC), sitting as the Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET), is getting closer to knowing the victor in an election protest of

ABS-CBN News – PET letter confirms ‘suspension’ of VP recount

By Mike Navallo | ABS-CBN News MANILA – (UPDATE) A letter of the Presidential Electoral Tribunal addressed to parties of the vice-presidential electoral protest confirmed that the revision proceedings were suspended

The Manila Times – Voters generally unconcerned about integrity of election process

By Gus Lagman | The Manila Times VOTERS are generally more concerned about who will win an election than whether the election process can be trusted or not. Nothing very