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Rains from LPA, ‘habagat’

Rains from LPA, ‘habagat’

The prevailing southwest monsoon or “habagat” and the trough or extension of a low pressure area are bringing thunderstorms and rain showers over most parts of the country.

MTC judge shot dead

The president of the Municipal Trial Court Judges League of the Philippines was shot dead by his cousin Tuesday afternoon in Brgy Sta Maria, Presentacion town here.

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The town of Daraga in Albay has a new chief executive, following the death of elected mayor Gerry Jaucian who succumb to lung cancer early morning on Friday.

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VP loses 21,000 votes

Revisors of the Presidential Electoral Tribunal said yesterday that Vice President Leni Robredo may have lost 21,000 votes as result of the tribunal’s ruling that only ballots which were shaded at least 50 percent should be counted as valid votes.

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Burned, wet ballots found

A ballot box retrieved from Ocampo, Camarines Sur contains partially burned ballots, wet ballots, and missing election returns, voters receipts, and minutes of voting.

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VP loses 5,000 votes in recount

After the manual recount and revision of ballots in 210 precincts in Camarines Sur the past two weeks, Vice President Maria Leonor “Leni” G. Robredo has reportedly lost about 5,000 votes as a result of the ruling of the Presidential Electoral Tribunal that only ballots which were shaded 50 per cent should be counted as valid votes.

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