Rappler's latest stories on vote-buying in the Philippines
'Bakit naman iuugnay sa akin? Nakita ba akong nang-aabot ng pera? Wala eh,' says Palawan Governor Jose Alvarez, in response to vote-buying allegations
(4th UPDATE) The Philippine National Police has formed 105 teams tasked to address vote-buying incidents
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On Tuesday, April 9, the team sits down with election lawyer and Rappler columnist Emil Marañon III to discuss what counts as vote-buying and how do the anti-vote buying laws fare in implementation
There are only two Comelec employees in every city and municipality. If we want to counter vote-buying effectively, both the citizenry and candidates have to be vigilant.
Legazpi Bishop Joel Baylon even challenges parishioners who attended the Palm Sunday service to drop the palaspas if they will give in to vote buying
The law prohibiting vote-buying covers not only candidates but also the voters
Derek Alviola reports on the vote buying cases in Samar a known election hotspot on election day
Mindanao has always been every government’s Achilles heel but more so this administration
Vote buying is a problem that will stay with us until such time that people are enlightened about it and how it’s ridiculous says Comelec spokesperson James Jimenez
President Aquino’s party is being accused of using the flagship poverty alleviation program of the government during the campaign period
UPDATED Under its unprecedented money ban the Comelec allows the public to conduct warrantless arrests against vote buyers and sellers
Negros Occidental police now verifying the extent of the distribution of fake P500 bills and other Philippine currency in province
For the first time Comelec will implement a secret debatable measure against vote buying