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Gov. Alfredo Marañon Jr. and his vice gubernatorial candidate  Board Member Melvin Ibañez (6th and 5th  from left), with  Cynthia de la Cruz, Rafael Leo Cueva, Lourdes Escalante, Juliet Marie Ferrer, Nehemias de la Cruz, Esteban Coscolluela (l-r, front row) and the rest of the UNA  mayor and  board member bets.*
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It’s Marañon-Ibañez
UNA ‘Braveheart’ team unbeatable – guv

Negros Occidental Gov. Alfredo Marañon Jr. yesterday filed his certificate of candidacy for reelection with Board Member Melvin Ibañez as his running mate, and introduced the United Negros Alliance candidates for the province.

Juliet Marie Ferrer, whom Marañon earlier invited to run for vice governor, has opted to seek reelection as mayor of La Carlota City.

But Ferrer said she and her husband, Rep. Jeffrey Ferrer (Neg. Occ., 4th District), will support Marañon’s team.moremoremore

Lito staying
neutral on polls

Former Governor Rafael “Lito” Coscolluela, head of the Aton Tamdon Utod Negrosanon party, yesterday said he is staying non-partisan in the 2013 elections in Negros Occidental.

Talk that he is supporting any group is just part of the psywar brewing now, he said.

“I am staying non-partisan because of my current engagement with CONFED,” he said, in apparent reference to his position as national president of the Confederation of Sugar Producers Associations.moremoremore

Ilog mayor suspended;
2 Alvarezes file COCs


The Sandiganbayan Fifth Division has ordered the suspension for 90 days of Ilog Mayor John Paul Alvarez and eight others in connection with the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices case pending against them.

Copies of the Sandiganbayan resolution, promulgated September 21, were furnished the media yesterday by Philip Arles, son of slain Judge Henry Arles, who said it strengthens the case filed against the mayor for masterminding the murder of his father, which is pending before the Department of Justice.

Philip Arles said his father was killed because of rumors which were not true, that he was following up the graft case against the mayor.moremoremore

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