By Matikas Santos
More Filipino overseas voters may soon be able to choose their candidates through automated machines as the Commission on Elections (Comelec) seeks to increase the number of countries where automated voting in the coming midterm elections will be implemented.
South Korea’s presidential frontrunner warned Thursday of a “critically transformative” period ahead for the Korean peninsula and Northeast Asia, marked by political flux and potential instability.
Mirroring the neck-in-neck electoral battle between the two US Presidential candidates, the result of the INQUIRER.net poll has Republican Mitt Romney narrowly winning the election with a 3.96-percentage edge over incumbent President Barack Obama, a Democrat.
At the rate the registration for the 2013 elections of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) is going, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) said it might not be able to meet its target one million overseas absentee voters by October.
By Rodel Rodis
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – About 90 executive board members and representatives of the 12 regional chapters of the National Federation of Filipino American Associations (NaFFAA) attended the organization’s Strategic Planning Conference at the Las Vegas Bally’s Hotel on May 13-15 to discuss the federation’s national agenda for 2011-2012. “It was a very successful conference,” said [...]