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Because of the many big events that have held our attention these last few days, we have hardly noticed the changes that are beginning to take place in the streets and plazas of our towns and cities. The bright lights have been turned on in Makati’s business district as well as on Quezon City’s traditional giant Christmas tree in Cubao. The annual animated display opened this weekend at Greenhills, San Juan. More modest Christmas lanterns now light Manila’s streets. Way down in Cebu City, a Christmas tree now towers above a carousel.

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THE Supreme Court ruled on the legal issue on the burial of the remains of former President Ferdinand Marcos last Tuesday at the Libingan ng mga Bayani at Fort Bonifacio in Taguig City.

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ON the eve of the United States presidential election, Economic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia said he saw continuing risks to the Philippine economy if the Republican Party presidential candidate Donald Trump won the election.

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WE wish Sen. Francis Pangilinan well on his designation as acting president of the Liberal Party (LP). He and the other party leaders face a task that previous majority parties had sorely neglected – how to survive and maintain their identity as a political force after suffering defeat in an election.

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WITH the Duterte administration now engaged in talks with the three major armed groups in Mindanao, peace prospects in the region are brighter than ever.

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It is Election Day today in the United States. Because of the time difference, voting in the US east coast starts only tonight, our time. The polls close there in the afternoon, which will be Tuesday morning in the Philippines.

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