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DOUBLE STANDARD. Ordinary citizens can not park their vehicles in front of  the departure area of the Bacolod Silay Airport but are  the rules different for a public official whose three vehicles without their drivers had a lengthy stay  there yesterday morning, ignoring the airport cop (right)?*

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Bayan opposing return of
Arroyos to 5th district
I’m an Ibuna, Grace says;
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Bayan Muna will oppose the candidacy of any Arroyo, including that of Grace Ibuna, for the fifth congressional seat of Negros Occidental, Rep. Neri Colmenares said yesterday.

“(Former) President Gloria Arroyo, Mike Arroyo and the Arroyo family cannot be allowed to return to political power, whether nationally or in the 5th district,” he said.

A special election is set in June for the congressman of the fifth district of Negros Occidental following the death of Rep. Ignacio “Iggy” Arroyo Jr. on January 26.moremoremore

RPA-ABB set to
join 2013 polls


The Revolutionary Proletarian Army-Alex Boncayao Brigade is expected to participate in the electoral process, as part of their parliamentary struggle, in 2013.

RPA-ABB spokesman Victorino Sumulong, said that as a matter of principle and policy of the organization, their group will not use guns to persuade others to campaign for their candidates.

Sumulong, who attended the inventory of firearms possessed by their members in the cities of Kabankalan, San Carlos and Cadiz last week, vehemently denied claims that RPA-ABB members are being used by some politicians as their private armed goons.moremoremore

sue us – CENECO

The legal counsel of Central Negros Electric Cooperative, et al, said the National Association of Electricity Consumers for Reforms, Inc. has no cause of action against CENECO, for lack of the basic requirement for capacity to sue, in the case involving a contract between the electric cooperative and Panay Energy Development Corp.

NASECOR had filed a petition with the Energy Regulatory Commission asking it to order CENECO and its officers to immediately stop purchasing power from PEDC and collecting charges from its consumers.

NASECOR, represented by its president Pete Ilagan, also asked ERC to order CENECO general manager Sulpicio Lagarde Jr. to immediately submit to the Commission, under oath, all records of CENECO on purchases of power from PEDC and the charges collected from its consumers.moremoremore

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