MANILA – Binalaan ng ilang kongresista si Pangulong Benigno “Noynoy" Aquino III nitong Huwebes kaugnay sa ginagawang pagpili sa susunod na lider ng Commission on Elections (Comelec).
Inalmahan nina party-list Reps Neri Comenares (Bayan Muna) at Emmi de Jesus at Luzviminda Ilagan (kapwa ng Gabriela), ang ginawang pagkonsidera ni Aquino na isama sa mga pagpililian si election lawyer Romulo Macalintal, na naging abogado ni dating pangulong Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, kongresista na ngayon ng Pampanga.
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Puno ng kasinungalingan at isang uri lamang ng harassment na disqualification case na isinampa sa Commission on Elections (Comelec) laban sa mga senatorial candidates na sina Bayan Muna party-list Rep. Satur Ocampo at Gabriela party-list Rep. Liza Maza. read more »
“The instant petition is clearly and utterly baseless and therefore serves no other purpose than to harass me and waste the valuable time of the COMELEC. Apart from the mere citation of the applicable provision of the law on disqualifications, the Petition actually cites no ground upon which disqualification must be based, hence, the Petition must be dismissed,” said Senatorial candidate Rep. Liza Maza of Gabriela Women’s Party during a hearing today at COMELEC on a petition for disqualification against her.
MANILA, Philippines – Senatorial aspirant Representative Liza Maza of the Gabriela Women’s Party on Monday urged the Commission on Elections (Comelec) to junk the disqualification case filed against her by a former rebel saying that the petition is “baseless.” read more »
A gay rights group, felt aggrieved by a Commission on Elections (Comelec) decision denying its accreditation to participate in the upcoming party-list elections, has decided to bring its case to the Supreme Court.
Rep. Liza Maza of Gabriela and Senatorial candidate today expressed support to Isabela Governor Grace Padaca after the Commission on Elections annulled her victory and asked her to vacate her post in favor of known administration ally former Governor Benjamin Dy. read more »
MANILA — Candidates, big television networks, NGOs, and other organizations preparing for the May 2010 elections have been courting the youth to participate actively in voters’ education and in ensuring a clean and honest elections. The youth have been encouraged to vote wisely, to have their voices heard.