Poll watchdog Kotra Daya expresses alarm that the Commission on Elections’ recent mock polls show same glitches observed during the 2010 elections that may cast doubt on the May automated balloting.
Poll problems resurface automatically. Double check.
“The mock election showed that the Comelec has not learned from the 2010 automated election system,” claims Kontra Daya.
Mockery still possible. May madadaya pa rin?
But it’s good that we discovered the glitches early and they can be corrected before the May polls, says Comelec Chairman Sixto Brilliantes.
Sixto sounds brilliant but needs more convincing. He he!
Observers note that the biggest number of votes for senator in the mock polls at the University of the Philippines in Quezon City went to “Jennifer Lopez.”
Beware! Artistas and those with name recall would rule the polls. Whew!
Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Sec. Sonny Coloma assures that the National Printing Office (NPO) will implement strict measures to ensure the integrity of the printing of the ballots, using brand-new printers.
More than 52 million official ballots and no identical twins?
Many Filipinos welcome the “impressive” economic growth reported by the PNoy administration.
They’ll be more impressed if… they get jobs soon.
A 70 percent decline in the number of Filipino maids is seen because some Middle East countries have refused to release visas.
If they only knew Maya… but then we’d better send skilled and professional workers.
The welfare of Filipino workers caught in the middle of the conflict in Syria was all President Aquino III discussed with a senior Syrian official in a recent meeting, the Palace claims.
OFWs are important. They save our economy from sinking.
CA affirms libel rap vs girl blogger.
Be careful. What you blog could break you.
The Manila Prosecutors’ Office clears President GMA of alleged criminal negligence in the Maguindanao massacre case.
She was busy and too far from the scene but time to convict others who perpetrated the brutal crime.
President Aquino III cites the Manila Bulletin headed by Chairman Emilio T. Yap on its 113th anniversary.
It carries ‘‘good news’’ for millions of Filipinos, including him. Hooray!