“Marcos, Jr. tells us he shares the same dream as the ordinary Filipino but he omits mention of his privileged position.”
Tags: elections 2022
Son of late dictator is the Philippines’ president-elect
“The Marcos restoration and Duterte extension are now complete. The people have no choice but to resist tyranny.”
Salungguhit | Marcos Jr.’s path to power
By MAX SANTIAGO
First-time voters dismayed over 2022 election irregularities
First-time voters were dismayed to find lack of coordination, long queues, malfunctioning vote-counting machines (VCMs), and other irregularities.
Reject Marcos Jr., Sara Duterte, rights group says
A human rights group has called on the public to express their rejection of Ferdinand Marcos Jr. and Sara Duterte as they lead the number of unofficial transmitted votes from yesterday’s elections, saying they represent the “the worst brand of traditional politics and governance.”
In BARMM, elections marred with anomalies, violence, heightened military presence
Election-related violence and anomalies in several parts of the Bangsamoro Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) have been reported by poll watchdogs and local media organizations.
Senior citizens endure long lines, crowded precincts to vote
By ANNE MARXZE D. UMIL With reports from Dominic Gutoman Bulatlat.com MANILA – Senior citizens in many parts of Metro Manila waited for hours just to be able to cast their votes today, May 9. In Damayang Lagi, Quezon City, Al Sarmiento told Bulatlat that although the designated polling center of senior citizens and persons…
In Metro Manila, malfunctioning vote machines, long queues mar voting day
Malfunctioning vote-counting machines, long queues, and delayed polls are among the common issues faced here in Metro Manila as Filipinos cast their votes.
In Cotabato City, police to serve as election officers
Tomorrow, May 9, all eyes are on Cotabato City as the indicator of the Bangsamoro vote. The past week has been marred with election-related controversies, with hundreds of teachers protesting over the conduct of preparations for the polls.
Lana Linaban: An epitome of a woman unbound
Lana Linaban, second nominee of Anakpawis Partylist, says she draws her strength and inspiration from the people.
Artists hope protest art can help frustrate the return of another Marcos
As the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) turned down an art exhibit for being too political, the works of progressive artists found a place where it is needed the most – the streets.