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Presidential aspirant Jejomar Binay treated some typhoon victims in Nueva Ecija a free meal at Jollibee. As you can see in the few things were lacking on the table.

A photo, which the presidential aspirant posted on his official Facebook page on Tuesday, October 20, shows him dining with a group of residents who sought refuge at the evacuation center in typhoon-hit Guimba town.

Notice that they did not use utensils despite the fact that the fast food restaurant offers the same to customers at all times. Also, no water or softdrinks were served.

Apparently, it’s a strategy of VP’s camp to maintain the politician’s “makamasa” image, but many were unappreciative. View the memes and negative remarks on Facebook, or simply hit this link.

Binay’s critics online said it was an act of “hypocrisy” not to use spoon and fork when these are readily available at Jollibee.

What can you say about this?


Mar Roxas

Out of 130 people who want to run for President, there are two who have the same name.

Mar Roxas filed a petition before the Commission on Elections (Comelec) to declare as nuisance candidate a certain Manuel Antonio Roxas, who also filed a certificate of candidacy (COC) for president.

Liberal Party (LP) standard bearer Mar Roxas, whose full name is Manuel Araneta Roxas II, said in his petition that the respondent “clearly filed his COC for President to create confusion among the voters through the similarity of his name and that of petitioner Manuel Araneta Roxas.”

After filing, the poll body will summon the respondents for a hearing to give the aspirants a chance to prove that they are not nuisance candidates.

Over 120 petitions to declare as nuisance candidates have been filed motu proprio by the Comelec against presidential aspirants who filed their COCs last week.

The poll body is tasked to filter the list before it comes up with a final list of candidates on December 10.

According to the Omnibus Election Code, “The Commission may motu proprio or upon a verified petition of an interested party, refuse to give due course to or cancel a certificate of candidacy if it is shown that said certificate has been filed to put the election process in mockery or disrepute or to cause confusion among the voters by the similarity of the names of the registered candidates or by other circumstances or acts which clearly demonstrate that the candidate has no bona fide intention to run for the office for which the certificate of candidacy has been filed and thus prevent a faithful determination of the true will of the electorate.”


Manuel "Mar" Araneta Roxas II (born May 13, 1957)  matapos pagbabarilin ngayon  umaga papunta sanang Palasyon hindi nilabas ang balitang ito para sa ikakadakip ng mga suspek


 
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