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2022 Philippine Elections

Duterte's daughter sworn in as Philippines vice president

  • Sara Duterte-Carpio, daughter of outgoing Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, was sworn in as the country's 15th vice president on Sunday, calling for national unity following a divisive election campaign. "The days ahead may be full of challenges that call for us to be more united as a nation," she said in an inauguration address in her hometown Davao, where she took the oath of office with her parents standing next to her. Duterte-Carpio, 44, was the running mate of Ferdinand Marcos Jr., who also won in the May 9 elections and will be sworn in as the country's president on June 30, when their six-year term begins.

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ELECTIONS 2022: Filipinos in Singapore have their say on the election

A day before the election, Yahoo Philippines talks to voters in Singapore.
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  • Yahoo Philippines

    COMMENT: 'Renowned historian' Reynaldo Ileto’s pre-election musings betray reality

    Reynaldo Ileto claims that the 2022 Philippine elections is more than what it’s being portrayed as.

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  • Yahoo Philippines

    Entire Marcos presidential campaign ‘funded externally’

    The camp of Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. declared in his Statement of Contributions and Expenditures (SOCE) that he spent P623.23 million for his campaign, just a few million shy from the P674 million spending limit of the Fair Election Act.

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  • Yahoo Philippines

    US-based Filipinos reject Marcos-Duterte in independence day mob

    About 500 individuals took the streets of New York on Sunday (June 5) during the Philippine Independence Day Celebration (PIDC) in Madison Ave., New York City to reject the tandem of dictator’s son Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and Davao City mayor Sara Duterte who both bagged the top two executive posts in the country.

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  • Yahoo Philippines

    Duterte urges Filipinos to support Marcos administration

    President Rodrigo Duterte has called on Filipinos to support the incoming administration of President-elect and dictator’s son Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr.

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  • Yahoo Philippines

    Marcos's party spends P272 million in campaign funds

    Only two of the 10 presidential candidates in the 2022 Philippine National Elections have filed their Statement of Contributions and Expenditures (SOCE).

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  • Coconuts Manila

    Marcos chooses National Museum as inauguration venue

    The National Museum is tied to Martial Law history.

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  • Yahoo Philippines

    Janno Gibbs wishes Bongbong and Sara all the best: 'We all fought for the same thing'

    Singer-actor Janno Gibbs recently took to Instagram to wish president-elect Ferdinand Marcos Jr. and vice-president elect Sara Duterte all the best.

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  • Yahoo Philippines

    Imee Marcos appoints herself Bongbong's SAP: 'Super Ate ng Pangulo'

    Sen. Imee Marcos hopes to make the government's job of legislation more efficient by helping her brother, president-elect Ferdinand Marcos Jr.

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  • Reuters

    'Protect the truth': A Marcos return in Philippines triggers fear for history

    Books about the late Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos and his brutal era of martial law are flying off the shelves, spurred by "panic buying" after his son and namesake won a May 9 presidential election. Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr.'s presidency, set to begin on June 30, has many people worried about losing access to books and other accounts of his father's rule, given his family's decades-long effort to rehabilitate its name through what critics describe as a campaign of historical revi

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  • Yahoo Philippines

    Marcos admin less like Duterte, more like PNoy, GMA: analysts

    The administration of president-elect Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. will be less like the Duterte's government.

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