Calls Escalate for Extension of Voting Hours

Commission on Elections (COMELEC) faced calls for a voting hour extension as citizens encountered issues with their polling precincts.

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Shergen Q. Villanueva
Diorizze D. Perania • November 14, 2022

A new administration has dawned as Ferdinand "BongBong" Marcos Jr. becomes elected for the highest position in the land. After the fastest canvassing of votes in the history of Philippine elections, Marcos gained more than 31 million votes. This is out of the 55.5 million Filipinos who practiced their sovereign right to democracy, which is around 82.6% of the 67.4 million registered voters. After a series of speculations and manual counting of electoral votes, Marcos officially took office as the 17th President of the Republic of the Philippines after he was inaugurated on June 30, 2022, at the National Museum of Fine Arts. 


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Pia Victoria E. Graza

Maituturing bang pag-unlad ang mumunting hakbang na hindi man lang lumalagpas sa tarangkahan? Isang pagpukaw sa pagal na katawan at kumakayod na manggagawa ng Kanlurang Visayas ang inaprubahang taas pasahod (minimum wage) sa pribadong sektor at mga kasambahay na ipinresenta ng Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board (RTWPB)- Region VI ng Department of Labor and […]


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Following a decisive victory of Ferdinand Marcos Jr. and Sara Zimmerman Duterte in the 2022 national election, all eyes, emotions, and criticism were directed to the poll body, the Commission on Elections, for claims of electoral fraud and ineptitude handling the election process. The 2022 national elections was seen by the Filipino people as a […]

The Philippine Sovereignty or So Over in Thee?

Nicole Rose D. Fenita

Throughout the campaign season, many political and international relations experts have articulated their sentiments on what the position of the succeeding Philippine regime, through its foreign policies, would look like if a particular presidential aspirant is chosen. In the last six years of the Duterte administration, the country’s foreign policy has drastically shifted its course and intention towards mounting a much friendlier relationship with communist countries, particularly China and Russia while depriving its associations with the traditional partners. That action has caused a repercussion, especially with the ruled arbitration on the West Philippine Sea, and generally the South China Sea dispute. With Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos seen as the closest candidate that flexibly bolsters up the so-called “Beijing-friendly foreign relations” who also happens to be a controversial candidate, the query now goes off “how the Philippines would play along the international arena?”


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