SUPREME COURT CLEARS FM HEIRS OF ILL GOTTEN CHARGES

Also absolves in-laws, takes PCGG, SolGen to task' THE Supreme Court has junked the ill-gotten cases against the heirs and in-laws of the late President Ferdinand Marcos due to a lack of evidence, and took the Presidential Commission on Good Government and the Office of the Solicitor General to task for bungling the job. The dismissed cases involved the alleged accumulation of P200 billion in ill-gotten wealth and the acquisition of media networks IBC-13, BBC-2 and RPN-9; the alleged use of De Soleil Apparel for dollar salting; and the alleged acquisition and operation of the bus company Pantranco North Express Inc. The decision by then Associate Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno, dated Feb. 8, 2012, was not released to the press. Sereno was named Chief Justice six months later, on Aug. 12, 2012. While the children of the former president – Imee Marcos-Manotoc, Ferdinand Marcos Jr. and Irene Marcos-Araneta – were defendants as compulsory heirs, their involvement in the cases was never established, the Court said. “In fact, they were never mentioned by any of the witnesses presented. Neither did the documentary evidence pinpoint any specific involvement of the Marcos children,” the decision said. The court also dismissed the case filed against Irene’s husband, businessman Gregorio Araneta III, due to a lack of evidence. “In the matter of the spouses Irene Marcos and Gregorio Araneta III, the court similarly held that there was no testimonial or documentary evidence that supported petitioner’s allegations against the couple. Again, petitioner failed to present the original documents that supposedly supported the allegations against them. Instead, it merely presented photocopies of documents that sought to prove how the Marcoses used the Potencianos as dummies in acquiring and operating the bus company Pantranco,” the decision said. The Supreme Court also said that Imelda Romualdez Marcos and Ferdinand Jr., as executor and defendants in the case, should be protected and given due process. The two should not be deprived of their right to protect and defend all the properties left by the former President, except if they waive this right in favor of the state, the Court said. READ MORE...

ALSO: EDSA failed to unite us

Relevance is the most important question people are asking, about EDSA People Power Revolution nowadays. Despite good raves and exposures some media establishments are pouring into its historical chronology, the people has completely lost interest in its commemoration and you can’t fault them. Their primary concerns are entirely tied to economics and livelihood, responsive government bureaucracy, representative democracy and just and humane laws that would promote equality among and across the social strata. Unfortunately what is starkly real day after day is poverty and criminality are being felt even in the remotest of places in the country side. Criminals are becoming venturesome and boldly brave. The grievousness of the crimes being committed are appalling if not indicative of too much poverty and desperation within the toiling masses. The ultra-widening gap between the rich and poor are driving our society into the brink of economic disparity that might result to more proliferation of the new of hard core criminals. Our government’s ineptness to fight poverty and the scourge of corruption would even wreck havoc in our social and political order. Continued corruption and the government’s complicity to it would greatly diminish its mandate, getting more people being alienated by the government system itself. And our current democracy is clearly not responsive to the real needs of the people, plain and simple. How the current system bleeds the finances of the government that just drained towards politicians’ pockets is outright disgusting. The current government who carried with it the soul of EDSA even exacerbated its effective demise, with rising cases of corruption in their bureaucracy instead of wiping it out and the unabated smuggling at the BOC has become an un-refuted belt, displays a daring clarity that the promise of EDSA is just not around us. But what is more compelling reason why the spirit of EDSA is gone is because it failed to unite the country it has even become the scourge of the country’s march to progress. Because without unity and justice, we just can’t move on as a people in a direction towards prosperity. It is glaringly clear, it is apparent even in our political structure, in the media and is even visible in the social media and the internet, the society in general. We identify ourselves as yellow or Marcos loyalists The fact is, they are still around, Bongbong went to become a senator after years of languishing in local politics. READ MORE...

ALSO: Trojan Horse: Aquino’s second term

The persistence of the palace and their inner players including their mind-controlling networks on putting President Benigno Aquino III in the center of the limelight, even after he would have to become a lame duck president after more than three years in office is suspicious and defies conventional political model. While clearly Aquino’s leadership capability has been put to doubt and his ability to be a unifying state man in this grossly divided country is primarily absent still some people in the Palace, the media trumpeters and trend setting pollsters are trying to salvage on what is left of the mythical Aquino mantra of good governance. Aquino is still clearly in the news, not only perhaps controlling damage, either to secure a presidential legacy when he steps down in 2016 or they are plotting something more sinister plan? In fact, the pollsters and the media who operates in the mind control department of the whole Aquino machinery are enthusiastically and persistently without let-up are putting Aquino as the last alternative for the Philippines, an idea that has been debunked by majority of the Filipinos after a series of presidential debacle. If Mar Roxas is still being considered to be a presidential contender, his time for a limelight is today, right now, not tomorrow. Their destructive power, like the one being masterminded by Leila De Lima and the continued vilification of the Binay family is clearly working to the advantage of the administration. Fight a war, without firing a single bullet. Panning on the political front, you can notice that Vice President Binay is having a hard time pushing his political message, the Estrada’s and Revilla’s are politically dead. Juan Ponce Enrile has long been eradicated with the same tenacity of political persecution employed by the administration against political opposition. What is left to contend is Senator Bong Bong Marcos, scion of the powerful Marcos clan who still possesses strong command in the Ilocano speaking north and in the Visayan region. But, as it appears Sen. Marcos s still testing the water. There is still no indication that he is running for president. READ MORE...

ALSO: Palace: PNoy has yet to decide on 2016 presidential bet

President Benigno Aquino III has yet to decide on who he will pit in the 2016 presidential elections, a Malacañang official said Wednesday. "The President already said in one of the ambush interviews that he will announce it at the proper time. So let’s wait till the President’s final imprimatur kung ano ba talaga, who his choice will be," presidential spokesperson Edwin Lacierda said during a press briefing. He issued the statement after Liberal Party acting president Transportation and Communications Sec. Jun Abaya said Interior Secretary Mar Roxas will be their party's standard-bearer in 2016. Aquino is LP's chairman. Lacierda, however, said it seemed that Abaya merely stated his personal opinion.

ALSO: Mar Roxas, iniisip daw ang 'tuwid na daan' pagkatapos ng termino ni PNoy sa 2016

Hindi man kinumpirma kung tatakbong pangulo sa 2016 elections, inamin naman ni Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Mar Roxas na iniisip niya kung ano ang mangyayari sa platapormang "tuwid na daan" ni Pangulong Benigno Aquino III, pagkatapos ng termino nito sa 2016. "Tulad ng lahat, nag-iisip tayo kung ano na mangyayari sa daang matuwid na ito pagkatapos ng termino ni PNoy," pahayag ni Roxas sa ulat ni Tina Panganiban-Perez sa GMA News TV's "Balitanghali". "Kami, nagnanais kami na lalo pang palakasin ito, upang palawakin, lalo pang palaganapin, paigtingin itong matuwid na programa ni PNoy," dagdag ng kalihim. Ang "tuwid na daan" ang naging campaign slogan ni Aquino nang tumakbo itong pangulo noong 2010 elections. Nakasentro ang kampanya laban sa katiwalian. Bukod kay Roxas, nababanggit din ang pangalan ni Sen. Alan Cayetano ng Nacionalista Party, na posibleng tumakbo sa panguluhang halalan. Inamin ng senador na nagpapa-survey na siya para alamin ang pulso ng publiko sakaling magdesisyon siyang kumandidato sa pinakamataas na posisyon sa bansa. Sa kasalukuyang, may-koalisyon ang LP at NP. Kung magpapatuloy ang koalisyon ng dalawang partido hanggang sa 2016, hindi pa umano malinaw. Lubhang maaga pa umano sa ngayon na malaman kung sino ang magiging opisyal na pambato ng kanilang partido.


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FORMER PRESIDENT FERDINAND MARCOS WITH FAMILY

MANILA, MARCH 31, 2014 (MANILA STANDARD) Also absolves in-laws, takes PCGG, SolGen to task'

THE Supreme Court has junked the ill-gotten cases against the heirs and in-laws of the late President Ferdinand Marcos due to a lack of evidence, and took the Presidential Commission on Good Government and the Office of the Solicitor General to task for bungling the job.

The dismissed cases involved the alleged accumulation of P200 billion in ill-gotten wealth and the acquisition of media networks IBC-13, BBC-2 and RPN-9; the alleged use of De Soleil Apparel for dollar salting; and the alleged acquisition and operation of the bus company Pantranco North Express Inc.

The decision by then Associate Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno, dated Feb. 8, 2012, was not released to the press. Sereno was named Chief Justice six months later, on Aug. 12, 2012.

Second Division Justices Arturo Brion, Martin Villarama Jr., Jose Portugal Perez and Bienvenido Reyes concurred with Sereno’s finding that the prosecutors failed to abide by the “best evidence rule,” putting in question the process used by the PCGG and OSG in the cases.

“Despite having the expansive resources of government, the members of the prosecution did not even bother to provide any reason whatsoever for their failure to present the original documents or the witnesses to support the government’s claims. Even worse was presenting in evidence a photocopy of the TSN (transcript of stenographic notes) of the PCGG proceedings instead of the original, or a certified true copy of the original, which the prosecutors themselves should have had in their custody. Such manner of legal practice deserves the reproof of this Court. We are constrained to call attention to this apparently serious failure to follow a most basic rule in law, given the special circumstances surrounding this case,” the decision read.

While the children of the former president – Imee Marcos-Manotoc, Ferdinand Marcos Jr. and Irene Marcos-Araneta – were defendants as compulsory heirs, their involvement in the cases was never established, the Court said.

“In fact, they were never mentioned by any of the witnesses presented. Neither did the documentary evidence pinpoint any specific involvement of the Marcos children,” the decision said.

The court also dismissed the case filed against Irene’s husband, businessman Gregorio Araneta III, due to a lack of evidence.

“In the matter of the spouses Irene Marcos and Gregorio Araneta III, the court similarly held that there was no testimonial or documentary evidence that supported petitioner’s allegations against the couple.

Again, petitioner failed to present the original documents that supposedly supported the allegations against them. Instead, it merely presented photocopies of documents that sought to prove how the Marcoses used the Potencianos as dummies in acquiring and operating the bus company Pantranco,” the decision said.

The Supreme Court also said that Imelda Romualdez Marcos and Ferdinand Jr., as executor and defendants in the case, should be protected and given due process.

The two should not be deprived of their right to protect and defend all the properties left by the former President, except if they waive this right in favor of the state, the Court said.

“Since the pending case before the Sandiganbayan survives the death of Ferdinand E. Marcos, it is imperative therefore that the estate be duly represented. The purpose behind this rule is the protection of the right to due process of every party to a litigation who may be affected by the intervening death. The deceased litigant is himself protected, as he continues to be properly represented in the suit through the duly appointed legal representative of his estate. On that note, we take judicial notice of the probate proceedings regarding the will of Ferdinand E. Marcos. In Republic of the Philippines v. Marcos II, we upheld the grant by the Regional Trial Court (RTC) of letters testamentary in solidum to Ferdinand R. Marcos, Jr and Imelda Romualdez Marcos as executors of the last will and testament of the late Ferdinand E. Marcos,” the Supreme Court said.

“Unless the executors of the Marcos estate or heirs are ready to waive in favor of the state their right to defend or protect the estate or those properties found to be ill-gotten in their possession, control or ownership, then they may not be dropped as defendants in the civil case pending before the Sandiganbayan,” the decision added.

The Supreme Court affirmed the Sandiganbayan decision dated Dec. 5, 2005 that acknowledged the children of the late President as legitimate defendants in the case.

The Supreme Court also called on Malacanang to investigate the process by which prosecution handled the case.

“Let a copy of this Decision be furnished to the Office of the President so that it may look into the circumstances of this case and determine the liability, if any, of the lawyers of the Office of the Solicitor General and the Presidential Commission on Good Government in the manner by which this case was handled in the Sandiganbayan,” the Court said.

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EDSA failed to unite us February 26, 2014news Former President Marcos ( Photo from: Wikipedia Commons}


Former President Marcos ( Photo from: Wikipedia Commons}


Former Senator Benigno Aquino Jr ( Photo from: Wikipedia.org)

Relevance is the most important question people are asking, about EDSA People Power Revolution nowadays.

Despite good raves and exposures some media establishments are pouring into its historical chronology, the people has completely lost interest in its commemoration and you can’t fault them.

Their primary concerns are entirely tied to economics and livelihood, responsive government bureaucracy, representative democracy and just and humane laws that would promote equality among and across the social strata.

Unfortunately what is starkly real day after day is poverty and criminality are being felt even in the remotest of places in the country side. Criminals are becoming venturesome and boldly brave.

The grievousness of the crimes being committed are appalling if not indicative of too much poverty and desperation within the toiling masses. The ultra-widening gap between the rich and poor are driving our society into the brink of economic disparity that might result to more proliferation of the new of hard core criminals.

Our government’s ineptness to fight poverty and the scourge of corruption would even wreck havoc in our social and political order.

Continued corruption and the government’s complicity to it would greatly diminish its mandate, getting more people being alienated by the government system itself. And our current democracy is clearly not responsive to the real needs of the people, plain and simple.

How the current system bleeds the finances of the government that just drained towards politicians’ pockets is outright disgusting.

The current government who carried with it the soul of EDSA even exacerbated its effective demise, with rising cases of corruption in their bureaucracy instead of wiping it out and the unabated smuggling at the BOC has become an un-refuted belt, displays a daring clarity that the promise of EDSA is just not around us.

But what is more compelling reason why the spirit of EDSA is gone is because it failed to unite the country it has even become the scourge of the country’s march to progress. Because without unity and justice, we just can’t move on as a people in a direction towards prosperity.

It is glaringly clear, it is apparent even in our political structure, in the media and is even visible in the social media and the internet, the society in general.

We identify ourselves as yellow or Marcos loyalists The fact is, they are still around, Bongbong went to become a senator after years of languishing in local politics.

We are a country that has not been unified by a revolution who have supposed to bring us one, we are as divisive as ever.

We harbor two separate histories, separate version of that event in the past. We idolized separate heroes from our history.

We failed to bring justice not only to the death of Ninoy Aquino in 1983 but also to justify the eviction of the Marcoses and their eventual vilification from history.

That was in itself injustice in their part since there were no cases filed against them and even no conviction of crimes labeled against them.

Who really killed Ninoy Aquino? Did the Marcoses did it?

Then why was no cases filed against them despite of Corazon Aquino’s assumption to power?

If they were not the one responsible and so have we erred on our judgment against them?

Was our uprising a mistake? Justice must have prevailed after EDSA to forge unity among us Filipinos.

The success of any revolution depends on how we dispense justice that would punish the dark forces that we considered responsible to the crimes against the people, to let justice prevail after the smoke had settled down there had been closure on all these social and political disarrays.

The question still unresolved 28 years after, the Marcoses against the Aquino’s still remained facing each other in the same field, their fight is still on.

And with EDSA losing its relevance, the Marcoses gained theirs.

Since there was no crime filed against Marcos we should have reach for reconciliation and national unity right after EDSA and pick ourselves as one nation and move forward.

But we continue to harbor hate and sow the seed of division.

We saw EDSA as Cory alone and those against it as Marcos loyalists. We never seek to solve the riddle of our past, and we let injustice to reign upon us.

The revolution did not really changed our political system it has even sustained the rotten one, of course wth a set of new rulers, they have sustained them and even have reached a new heights.

Corruption is becoming worse and poverty is getting pervassive, while we, the real people with the real power, has continually been complacent all these years.

Just whining and doing nothing. Year after year EDSA will be fading away until it will be forgotten in the dustbin of history and the political system and the order of things is still the same.

Poverty will forever be embellished in our society and corruption would soon lose its notoriety because it would become common and standard operating procedure in the dealings of government.

Trojan Horse: Aquino’s second term February 11, 2014Global Pinoy2016 elections, Benigno Aquino III, Charter change, constitutional amendments


President Noy Aquino


Sen. Bongbong Marcos

The persistence of the palace and their inner players including their mind-controlling networks on putting President Benigno Aquino III in the center of the limelight, even after he would have to become a lame duck president after more than three years in office is suspicious and defies conventional political model.

While clearly Aquino’s leadership capability has been put to doubt and his ability to be a unifying state man in this grossly divided country is primarily absent still some people in the Palace, the media trumpeters and trend setting pollsters are trying to salvage on what is left of the mythical Aquino mantra of good governance.

Aquino is still clearly in the news, not only perhaps controlling damage, either to secure a presidential legacy when he steps down in 2016 or they are plotting something more sinister plan?

In fact, the pollsters and the media who operates in the mind control department of the whole Aquino machinery are enthusiastically and persistently without let-up are putting Aquino as the last alternative for the Philippines, an idea that has been debunked by majority of the Filipinos after a series of presidential debacle.

In fact these networks while establishing an Aquino legend in the minds of the people, it was the president himself who would prove them wrong, and turn the legend into myth, as indefensible mistakes are occurring day after day in a flash of an eye. They are seem to be incoherent.

The Hitler remark fiasco carried by the New York Times is clearly uncalled for, a statement that has no clear back-up arguments to withstand a counter attack from China.

When the Chinese belittled him to be amateurish politician, the palace and media inner players sheepishly step aside.

Nothing is new with the Mr. President opening his fast-talking mouth but gestured as if his mind is floating in the cloud. The old adage is still relevant, think first before you talk.

I’m almost carried away by that side story, the main frame thought is that we believe the Aquino backers from the big corporations from the media, power and water industries, manufacturing and telecommunications and the oligarchs themselves feared that an Aquino anointed candidate in 2016 might not have a chance.

Their fear is logical, repercussions are real and they should have to face it. In fact judging from their power to project a winning presidentiable in the general population, from their array of platforms like the pollsters and the media networks, why can’t they make an image of one?

If Mar Roxas is still being considered to be a presidential contender, his time for a limelight is today, right now, not tomorrow. Their destructive power, like the one being masterminded by Leila Delima and the continued vilification of the Binay family is clearly working to the advantage of the administration. Fight a war, without firing a single bullet.

Panning on the political front, you can notice that Vice President Binay is having a hard time pushing his political message, the Estrada’s and Revilla’s are politically dead. Juan Ponce Enrile has long been eradicated with the same tenacity of political persecution employed by the administration against political opposition.

What is left to contend is Senator Bong Bong Marcos, scion of the powerful Marcos clan who still possesses strong command in the Ilocano speaking north and in the Visayan region.

But, as it appears Sen. Marcos s still testing the water. There is still no indication that he is running for president.

The reason of all these continued Aquino image build up is simple, they want the president to remain in office beyond 2016 and the way in is the implementation of the frame work agreement entered into by the government and the MILF.

It needs changes on the Constitution. The legal luminaries already knew the fact, that we can’t give the MILF the substance of power indicated in the upcoming framework agreement that would stand as the basic law without amending the Constitution.

Of course, the president have the senate, he have the majority of the congress and more importantly they have the media that accounts to be the vanguard that resonates the public’s sentiment.

Everybody knows that the peace agreement would not work because of the basic fact, that the Islamic revolutionaries want independence for Mindanao, the BIFF would still carry that cause, and conflict would still be around. And why is it that we are pushing that peace initiative in haste?

The fears felt by these big corporations are in fact a founded one. They believe Aquino is still the common ground, more acceptable in the various spectrum. And one of the worst fears they are having is when the Marcoses will return to power. I’m even convinced that Marcos would easily clubber a Roxas run for the presidency.

You just can imagine how the Lopezes, the Ayalas, the rising Chinese oligarchs would react a second Marcos presidency?

That’s why tinkering with the charter is their best chance to perpetuate Aquino in power, one certain fact, they can easily maneuver him.

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Palace: PNoy has yet to decide on 2016 presidential bet March 26, 2014 4:06pm 139 31 0 243


PNoy refuses to name bet in 2016 polls. President Benigno Aquino III is flanked by FOCAP president Jason Gutierrez (right) and PCOO Sec. Herminio Coloma Jr. during the Annual Presidential Forum of the Foreign Correspondents Association of the Philippines at the Manila Hotel on Wednesday, October 23. Aquino, answering a question during the forum, refused to identify his 'anointed' successor in 2016, saying it is like putting a 'bullseye mark' on the person's forehead. Rolando Mailo (Updated 5:24 p.m.)

President Benigno Aquino III has yet to decide on who he will pit in the 2016 presidential elections, a Malacañang official said Wednesday.

"The President already said in one of the ambush interviews that he will announce it at the proper time. So let’s wait till the President’s final imprimatur kung ano ba talaga, who his choice will be," presidential spokesperson Edwin Lacierda said during a press briefing.

He issued the statement after Liberal Party acting president Transportation and Communications Sec. Jun Abaya said Interior Secretary Mar Roxas will be their party's standard-bearer in 2016. Aquino is LP's chairman.

Lacierda, however, said it seemed that Abaya merely stated his personal opinion.

"LP has not started the process, and also, I can’t say beyond that because the President has not [said anything]," he said.

"And let’s just wait for that. Kasi we can hear other people saying but it’s not the President," Lacierda added.

Aquino has repeatedly refused to name his bet, saying his administration is focused on the country's problems. — Kimberly Jane Tan/KBK, GMA News

Mar Roxas, iniisip daw ang 'tuwid na daan' pagkatapos ng termino ni PNoy sa 2016 March 27, 2014 5:57pm 1053 47 0 1107


MAR ROXAS

Hindi man kinumpirma kung tatakbong pangulo sa 2016 elections, inamin naman ni Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Mar Roxas na iniisip niya kung ano ang mangyayari sa platapormang "tuwid na daan" ni Pangulong Benigno Aquino III, pagkatapos ng termino nito sa 2016.

"Tulad ng lahat, nag-iisip tayo kung ano na mangyayari sa daang matuwid na ito pagkatapos ng termino ni PNoy," pahayag ni Roxas sa ulat ni Tina Panganiban-Perez sa GMA News TV's "Balitanghali".

Basahin: Sino ang mga dapat tumakbong presidente sa 2016 national elections?

"Kami, nagnanais kami na lalo pang palakasin ito, upang palawakin, lalo pang palaganapin, paigtingin itong matuwid na programa ni PNoy," dagdag ng kalihim.

Ang "tuwid na daan" ang naging campaign slogan ni Aquino nang tumakbo itong pangulo noong 2010 elections. Nakasentro ang kampanya laban sa katiwalian.

Kamakailan lang ay inihayag ni Sec. Emilio Abaya ng Department of Transportation and Communication, na si Roxas ang napipisil na pambato ng kanilang Liberal Party (LP) sa 2016 presidential elections.

Pero paliwanag ni Presidential spokesperson Edwin Lacierda nitong Miyerkules, wala pang napipili si Aquino na kandidato na babasbasan bilang kapalit sa babakantehing puwesto sa 2016.

"The President already said in one of the ambush interviews that he will announce it at the proper time. So let’s wait till the President’s final imprimatur kung ano ba talaga, who his choice will be," anang opisyal.

Dagdag ni Lacierda, ang pahayag ni Abaya ay personal na pananaw lang nito at may prosesong dadaanan ng LP sa pagpili ng standard bearer.

"Let’s just wait for that. Kasi we can hear other people saying but it’s not the President," ayon kay Lacierda.

Sa ulat ni Panganiban-Perez, sinabi ni Roxas na masaya siya sa tiwalang ibinigay sa kanya ng kanyang mga kapartido.

Pero sa ngayon ay trabaho pa umano ang kaniyang nasa isip at hindi eleksyon.

Bukod kay Roxas, nababanggit din ang pangalan ni Sen. Alan Cayetano ng Nacionalista Party, na posibleng tumakbo sa panguluhang halalan.

Inamin ng senador na nagpapa-survey na siya para alamin ang pulso ng publiko sakaling magdesisyon siyang kumandidato sa pinakamataas na posisyon sa bansa.

Sa kasalukuyang, may-koalisyon ang LP at NP.

Kung magpapatuloy ang koalisyon ng dalawang partido hanggang sa 2016, hindi pa umano malinaw. Lubhang maaga pa umano sa ngayon na malaman kung sino ang magiging opisyal na pambato ng kanilang partido.

Umaasa si Cayetano na magiging patas ang proseso sa pagpili kung sino ang kandidato ng kanilang koalisyon. Pero kung LP umano ang solong magdedesisyon, baka magkanya-kanya na lang daw ang dalawang partido.

Kabilang din sa posibleng tumakbong pangulo sa 2016 sina Vice President Jejomar Binay at Sen. Bong Revilla.

Ayon sa isang political analyst na si Segundo Romero, makatutulong sa kakandidato at maging sa mga botante ang maagang deklarasyon sa intensyon ng isang nagbabalak na tumakbo sa halalan.

Sa ganitong paraan ay maaga umanong makikilatis ng publiko at maging ng mga "donor" sa kampanya ang kandidato. -- FRJimenez, GMA News


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