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API: election results rigged, set to file protest

By | Headlines

THE NEXT BATTLEFRONT THE Abante Pangasinan Ilokano (API) political party vowed to file an electoral protest as it questioned the voting process that resulted in “unbelievable” numbers in the election for “the gubernatorial post down to municipal councilors.” In a statement read by Atty. Nelson Gayo, municipal vice mayor of Laoac…

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API: election results rigged, set to file protest

By May 15, 2022Headlines

AGuiLa’s SHOW OF FORCE

By | Inside News, Punch Gallery

AGuiLa’s SHOW OF FORCE – The key members of the AGuiLa political powerhouse meet the local media to respond to API’s charge of election cheating after their proclamation. Fielding questions are (left to right): 1st District Representative-elect Art Celeste, AGuiLa lead convenor Cesar Quiambao, reelected VG Mark Lambino, Governor-elect. Ramon Guico…

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AGuiLa’s SHOW OF FORCE

Are the Guicos Pangasinan’s new political kingpin?

By | Inside News

MOVE over Espinos. The Guicos are on their way to install themselves as the new political kingpins in Pangasinan. This after Fifth District Rep. Ramon “Mon-mon” Guico III was elected Pangasinan’s new governor upsetting the bid of incumbent Gov. Amado “Pogi” Espino III, who ruled the province since 2017. Pogi’s…

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Are the Guicos Pangasinan’s new political kingpin?

By May 15, 2022Inside News

Election protest should be filed in court – Comelec

By | Inside News

TEN DAYS AFTER PROCLAMATION OF WINNERS THE provincial election supervisor of Pangasinan advised candidates who lost and plan to file election protests should do so in court but only 10 days after the proclamation of the winners. When told of the API political party’s plan to file an election protest…

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Election protest should be filed in court – Comelec

By May 15, 2022Inside News

Incoming admin will support new Dagupan City Hall, if…

By | Inside News

THE plan to build a new city hall by the outgoing Lim administration was assured of support by the incoming Fernandez adinistration, as told by newly re-elected Vice Mayor Bryan Kua if the proper process was observed. This conditional support was affirmed by Kua noting that outgoing Mayor Brian Lim…

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Incoming admin will support new Dagupan City Hall, if…

By May 15, 2022Inside News

R1MC offers free screening test for cervical cancer

By | Inside News

IN observance of the Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, the Region 1 Medical Center (R1MC) will offer free screening services for cervical cancer until May 31. The R1MC said women aged 21-65 may avail of the free screening at the Obstetrician-Gynecologist Clinic of the center’s out-patient department (OPD) but must set…

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R1MC offers free screening test for cervical cancer

By May 15, 2022Inside News

Archbishop reminds people to unite, respect poll results

By | Inside News

“TAYONG lahat ay dapat magkaisa.” This was the call of Lingayen-Dagupan Archbishop Socrates Villegas to people as he urged them to unite and respect the results of the election. Villegas reminded that after the election, the people should not forget that they are still brothers and sisters that should all…

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Archbishop reminds people to unite, respect poll results

By May 15, 2022Inside News

TIGHT SECURITY FOR PEACEFUL ELECTIONS

By | Crime Notes, Punch Gallery

TIGHT SECURITY FOR PEACEFUL ELECTIONS – The  Sto. Tomas police and Provincial Mobile Force Company (PMFC), inspect vehicles for firearms to ensure the peaceful conduct of elections on May 9.  Sto. Tomas  town was one of the seven areas placed under “orange category” or areas  of immediate concern in this year’s campaign and election.  (Punchphoto by Willie Lomibao)

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TIGHT SECURITY FOR PEACEFUL ELECTIONS