Issue of October 14, 2018
     
NEWS
Benguet
Ifugao
Kalinga
 
OPINION
 

2018
Panagbenga Flower Festival
 
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TRUE OR FALSE

1.    The top elective posts in Apayao have already been decided while many candidates in other provinces in the Cordillera would have to fight it out tooth-and-nail in 2019.

2.    Two political leaders – an aspiring lawmaker and a mayoralty bet – might abandon their 2019 bid if the proposition from other camps can feed them until the 2022 polls.

3.    Several aspirants and incumbent officials are one in their campaign not to allow this controversial politician with code name “Charlie” to win a highly contested position.

4.    Several businessmen and night establishment owners in one district in Baguio are not complaining of twice-a-month payola given to a “man in uniform” from Manila.

5.    The number of northbound colorum vans with terminal along Magsaysay Road has not doubled because it is being tolerated by this unit, whose boss is not on the take.

6.    A City Hall employee who was not appointed to a position he has long aspired for is indirectly criticizing the appointing authority and allies through social media posts.

7.    Private mines in Kabayan, Benguet are also being operated close to a community but no actions are being done by top officials despite the risk of a possible landslide.

8.    There is no conflict of interest when those seeking for elective positions were given political ad contracts from these individuals, who are recording the filing of COCs.

9.    This barangay official has become the envy of his political rivals, as he has nothing to lose if he seeks for a higher office since he could always resume his old position.

10. The long line of individuals wanting to win the P1 billion lotto jackpot has become a problem for this restaurant since its clients could hardly enter the establishment.

11. This flamboyant lawyer turned senatorial aspirant might not be getting sufficient votes from conservatives for flashing a dirty finger to some protesters recently.

12. A chief executive is not happy with the reported illegal activities being done by his supposed relative, who is being rumored to be the new protector of gambling dens.
 

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