The government’s communication office is embroiled in another controversy, this time drawing flak for supposedly trying to rewrite history about former President Ferdinand Marcos Jr.
MORE or less the post-election dust has settled, except for a number of election protests that have to do with Smartmatic’s newly uncovered tricks and smart-aleck tactics, amid the usual allegations of fraud, vote-buying, and cheating. Thus were the May elections hastily described by Comelec as the quickest count and most peaceful voting, as if quick and peaceful concommitantly meant honest.Continue reading …
Today, Congress is scheduled to perform its constitutional duty to canvass the votes for president and vice president cast in the May 9, 2016, elections.Continue reading …
Concerned about the possible return of martial law under a Duterte-Marcos leadership, President Aquino is ready to defend the country’s democracy even at the cost of his life.Continue reading …