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2022 Philippine Elections

Philippine presidential runner-up Robredo vows to 'fight lies'

  • Philippine presidential runner-up Leni Robredo vowed Friday to focus on "fighting lies" as she urged supporters to accept election results showing the son of former dictator Ferdinand Marcos had won by a landslide.
  • Yahoo Philippines

    Teachers demand extra pay, support for poll workers

    Teacher-poll workers don’t get paid enough to deal with VCM errors and long waits, ACT Teachers Partylist says.

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  • Yahoo Philippines

    Rumors of shooting, injured individuals in Intramuros protest are false

    Rumors of injured protesters and a shooting happening in Intramuros, Manila on May 10 are not true.

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  • Yahoo Philippines

    ELECTIONS 2022: US, China welcome Marcos presidency

    The United States and China have welcomed Ferdinand Marcos Jr’s presumptive presidential win in the ongoing Philippine elections.

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  • Bloomberg

    Marcos to focus on economic team after claiming poll victory

    Philippine presumptive president Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. said he is looking to build up a cabinet that will steer the economy by boosting jobs, managing prices and pushing infrastructure projects.

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  • AFP News

    US, China congratulate Marcos for Philippine election win

    The United States and China have congratulated Ferdinand Marcos Jr on his win in the Philippine presidential election, as the superpowers jostle to have the strongest ties with the Southeast Asian nation.

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  • Associated Press

    Biden calls to congratulate presumptive Philippine president

    U.S. President Joe Biden called Ferdinand Marcos Jr. on Thursday to congratulate him on his apparent landslide victory in the Philippine presidential election, Manila’s ambassador to Washington said. Biden is among the first world leaders to recognize the electoral triumph of the namesake son of the ousted dictator, whose candidacy has alarmed human rights activists and pro-democracy groups. “President Biden told him Washington is looking forward to working with him and cited the shared histor

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  • Reuters

    China envoy says ties with Philippines to strengthen under Marcos

    Relations between the Philippines and China will become stronger under the Southeast Asian country's incoming president, Ferdinand Marcos Jr, China's ambassador to Manila said on Thursday. Marcos, the son and namesake of a former dictator, won an election this week by a landslide, a victory that could reshape his country's ties with both China and the United States. China was looking forward to working with the new government to upgrade cooperation, Ambassador Huang Xilian said in a Facebook p

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  • Reuters

    U.S. sees early 'challenges' dealing with new Philippines administration

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The United States is seeking early engagement with the newly elected administration of Ferdinand Marcos Jr. in the Philippines, although historical considerations mean there will probably be some initial challenges, the chief U.S. policy maker for Asia said on Wednesday. "Time will tell, but our desire will be to get off to a good start," Kurt Campbell, the White House coordinator for the Indo-Pacific said of Marcos's decisive victory on Monday in the Philippines' preside

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  • Reuters

    Philippines' Marcos to 'hit the ground running' as president

    MANILA (Reuters) -Philippines election winner Ferdinand Marcos Jr said on Wednesday he would hit the ground running as president and was looking very carefully at candidates for his economic team, with infrastructure, jobs and energy prices his priorities. Marcos, the son and namesake of the late dictator who ruled for 20 years before his 1986 overthrow, said his first nominee for his cabinet was Sara Duterte-Carpio, his vice presidential running mate and daughter of incumbent President Rodrigo

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  • Reuters

    Election win for Philippines' Marcos shores up family-affiliated stocks

    Share prices of Philippine companies linked to presidential election winner Ferdinand Marcos Jr have surged this week, on what analysts said were expectations they would benefit under the incoming administration. Shares in at least three firms owned by relatives or friends of Marcos and outgoing President Rodrigo Duterte have climbed in double digits rates since Monday's election, which Marcos and vice presidential running mate Sara Duterte-Carpio - the president's daughter - won by landslides.

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