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Health advocacy groups that lobbied for the passage of the sin tax law warn against top leaders who chose to favor the vested interests of a few over protecting public interest
Vice President Jejomar Binay seems more comfortable in the debate in Pangasinan but is this enough to sway undecided voters?
Rappler live streams on Sunday April 24 the last of the Comelec organized series of presidential debates from the Phinma University of Pangasinan We give you breaking news quick fact checks expert commentaries polls and instant videos
Frankie Cortez is one of the few youth representatives in Pangasinan who will be watching the last presidential debate live Will his plea be heard?
The debate on Sunday April 24 follows a town hall format – questions are sourced from sectoral representatives across the country Candidates also challenge each other in a face off segment
UPDATED Rappler editors name Alan Peter Cayetano the winner in this intense debate and recap some of the key points raised in the event
On April 10 Rappler live streams the only Comelec organized vice presidential debate held at the University of Santo Tomas Tune in for breaking news quick fact checks expert commentaries polls and instant videos
The point of a debate is to help voters make informed decisions get them involved in the political process and increase their engagement and interest in elections
Poll numbers show how much the Visayan voters want Mar Roxas to succeed President Aquino But alas for him the smallest of the country s 3 subdivisions doesn t always get its way
Know the electoral profile of the province with the biggest voters population the venue of the 2nd presidential debate on March 20
UPDATED Vice President Jejomar Binay is the first presidential candidate to arrive in vote rich Cebu for the Sunday event campaigning outside of the provincial center
As presidential candidates head to Cebu City for the debate a non governmental group asks: What are your concrete plans to alleviate families like that of Daniel Cabrera’s from poverty?
Five presidential candidates face off in the first debate in Cagayan de Oro City Here s the transcript of that event
The rural poor saw the debate very differently from how the urban middle classes viewed it — evidence of a deep cultural and economic divide in our society
Most of the vice presidential candidates find the time allowance very limiting for their election partners to expound on their thoughts
Lawyer Ted Te provides tips on how not to dumb down the series of PiliPinas 2016 presidential debates
The first presidential debate fails to take up candidates plans for the indigenous peoples of Mindanao agriculture and persons with disabilities
Duterte suggests a reconfiguration of the format of the succeeding debates
LGBT rights urban development and climate change are some of the issues that observers want addressed
I think people will also find it funny because Miriam was really hitting most of the time Vice President Binay says the Liberal Party s Miro Quimbo
Tell me your dreams hopes and aspirations and let me see if I like you says a sociologist who monitored the first presidential debate
By emphasizing his being a native of the Philippines during his closing speech was Duterte reminding the audience of Poe s citizenship issues?
Binay camp: Roxas plucking data from thin air ; Makati consistently cited by PDEA for its anti drugs campaign