Thus, our task after this disastrous and fraudulent election isn’t to book flights overseas nor to scorn our country as an unlovable mess. No. Our task is simple but arduous: to educate, organize, and mobilize the masses; to awaken more of our messiah.
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Salungguhit: Ghosts of the past
It must have been christmas everyday for nine years for the Arroyo family. They have done everything – corruption, election fraud, political killings, enforced disappearances and other human rights violations – with impunity. But their sins in the past are now haunting them. The people just hope that the Aquino administration would go beyond exposing…
2010 Elections: Election Fraud Still Seen as a Problem in ARMM Elections, Despite Automation
By CAMILLE ANNE DE ASIS
“Though the automation of the elections brought quite a few positive changes in the electoral system…Unfortunately, these improvements were not sufficient to break the established system of command votes, in which political leaders dictate people’s choices, and continues to thwart the true exercise of the right to suffrage,” said Salik Ibrahim of the Citizens’ Coalition for ARMM Electoral Reforms.
Most Filipinos Believe Poll Automation Won’t Address Electoral Fraud
By IBON FOUNDATION Posted by Bulatlat Results of the latest IBON nationwide survey showed that majority of Filipinos believe poll automation will not address the problem of alleged electoral fraud. Of the 85.4% respondents who are aware of the poll automation program, 63% believe that it will not solve fraud in the upcoming elections. The…