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55 partylists to claim House seats

Sun Star 26 May 2022
In an advisory, the Comelec bared the names of partylists invited to attend the proclamation ceremonies Thursday afternoon ... The 55 partylists to be proclaimed are.. ACT-CIS ... Tingog. 4Ps ... Sagip ... Manila Teachers ... The Comelec advised the winning organizations that they are entitled to send a maximum of two representatives per partylist during the ceremonies.
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Comelec to publish online all election protests in 2022 polls

Manila Bulletin 25 May 2022
Comelec Acting Spokesperson John Rex C. Laudiangco (JEL SANTOS/MANILA BULLETIN) ... “All of these cases that were docketed will be open for public viewing ... Out of 757 ballot boxes, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) and civil society organizations have so far received 737 ballot boxes at the Diamond Hotel in Manila ... .
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Hontiveros urges WHO to include Taiwan in pandemic response

The Philadelphia Inquirer 25 May 2022
MANILA, Philippines--- Senator Risa Hontiveros is asking the World Health Organization (WHO) to include Taiwan in its global pandemic ...
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Marcos Jr. May Have Won This Battle Against the Catholic Church, But the Struggle Isn’t Over

Time Magazine 24 May 2022
The late Catholic Metropolitan Archbishop of Manila, Jaime Cardinal Sin (1928-2005), liked playing up to the inevitable jokes about his name ... “It goes to show how it is strategic for politicians to be seen as religious,” says Jayeel Cornelio, a sociologist of religion at Ateneo de Manila University.
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PPA readies completion of more port projects

The Manila Times 24 May 2022
During a recent forum organized by The Manila Times, titled. "Sea Power ... "Hence, we are not improving the infrastructure to reduce logistics costs ... On the other hand, in those ports where cranes were installed such as Manila, Cebu, Cagayan de Oro and Subic, only international ships are allowed to use these, according to the PLSA chief executive ....
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Monkeypox can be stopped outside endemic countries: WHO

Manila Bulletin 24 May 2022
GENEVA, Switzerland — The monkeypox outbreaks in non-endemic countries can be contained and human-to-human transmission of the virus stopped, the World Health Organization said Monday. AFP/ MANILA BULLETIN. Fewer than 200 confirmed and suspected cases had been recorded so far, the WHO’s emerging disease lead Maria Van Kerkhove said ... .
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Missiles, helicopters: 20 countries offer new arms for Ukraine

Manila Bulletin 24 May 2022
AFP/ MANILA BULLETIN. In their second gathering, nearly four dozen countries and organizations forming the Ukraine Defense Contact Group met online to discuss helping Ukraine, and 20 nations pledged arms, ammunition and other supplies to support Kyiv ... Others, he added, are offering training for Ukraine’s military ... .
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Pedro Bonet: The first Spanish performer in our “New normal”

Manila Bulletin 23 May 2022
Titled “From the first circumnavigation to the Manila Galleon ... The concert was organized by Instituto Cervantes de Manila with the collaboration of the Embassy of Spain in the Philippines and the National Museum of the Philippines.
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Arcilla smothers Lazaro, captures Fr. Suarez crown

The Manila Times 22 May 2022
Johnny Arcilla (right) holds his trophy as he poses with Leander Lazaro after dominating the Fr. Suarez M-Cup Op. Ageless Johnny Arcilla kept racking up titles over younger rivals, bagging the Fr ... For details and registration, contact event organizer and sports program development director Bobby Mangunay at 0915-4046464. THE MANILA TIMES ....
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Ukraine war, pandemic push to color WHO international meet

The Manila Times 22 May 2022
Geneva, Switzerland. The Ukraine war looms large as the World Health Organization (WHO) opens its main annual assembly Sunday (Monday in Manila), threatening to overshadow efforts on other health crises and a reform push aimed at preventing future pandemics ... - Second term for Tedros - ... - Money makeover - ... - Too slow - ... ....
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Photo exhibit features PH-China friendship

The Manila Times 20 May 2022
The exhibit, dubbed as "Friendship Bridge Span Millenia, China-Philippines Friendship Remains Ever Stronger," was organized by the Chinese Embassy in Manila and the Federation of Fil-Chinese Association of The Philippines Foundation Inc.
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Jersey City pushes forward with Sixth Street Embankment redevelopment plan

NJ 20 May 2022
On the easternmost part of the embankment, a 45-story and a 35-story tower with 875 units would be built in two phases by a New York developer, the Albanese Organization. A possible alternative single 55-story tower with the same units was also mentioned as a possible development for the area on the corner of Sixth Street and Manila Avenue.
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Mayoralty, congressional bets join�Quezon Balitaktakan virtual forum

The Manila Times 19 May 2022
Nimfa Estrellado, collaborated with various groups to organize the virtual forum last April 18, 2022, which was co-presented by The Manila Times, a national daily newspaper in the Philippines that delivers trusted, quality content in its print and digital editions ... Belinda Otordoz, The Manila Times correspondent, was the virtual forum moderator.
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Aboitiz Group calls on Holistic Approach to transform EDSA into Clean, Green Thoroughfare

Journal Online 19 May 2022
The virtual event brought together stakeholders from the government, private sector, and non-profit organizations to discuss action points on turning Metro Manila’s iconic highway into a thriving green, mobile green space ... Moreover, the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) ...

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