Philippines Automated Election System

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1. Go to your voting precinct this coming May 10, 2010 and check your name. Bring your voter’s I.D. or any valid I.D. with your registration stub.

2. Present yourself to the Board of Election Inspectors (BEI) to get a ballot.

3. Listen to the BEI’s instructions on how to properly fill up the ballot.

4. Receive the ballot. Make sure it is empty and unmarked on both sides.

5. Proceed to the voting area and fill up the ballot. Remember: Do not over vote.

6. Take your ballot to the counting machine and feed it into the machine. Wait for the confirmation message on the screen.

7. Return to the Board of Elections Inspectors (BEI) for the indelible inking.

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The Four Honor Guards during Cory Aquino’s Funeral

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Last August 5, 2009, Philippines four honor guards stood for more than 9 hours (snappy, straight, no food and water, no rest even through rainy day, bumps, dryness on the road and inclines) to escort Former President Cory Aquino’s remains from the Manila Cathedral in Intramuros to the Manila Memorial Park in Paranaque City, which is a 23 kilometer route. The four honor guards boarded the truck at past 11 a.m. when police generals, acting as pallbearers, carried Cory Aquino’s wooden casket out of the cathedral after the more than two-hour Requiem Mass.

They got off the truck past 8 p.m. when they reached Manila Memorial Park where the revered People Power heroine was laid to rest next to her martyred husband, former Sen. Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino Jr. The honor guards were given the highest honor and commendation and a cash of 25,000 pesos each. What they did seem ordinary to us. But try standing up for hours on the truck without moving and you’d see how difficult it was. It’s harder than walking, it’s harder than running, stand in one position for eight hours is a very tough job, however, they quietly did their job.

The NAMES of the Four Honor Guards during Cory Aquino’s Funeral

PHILIPPINES Former President Corazon “Cory” C. Aquino

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Corazon “Cory” Aquino has been a great part of every Filipino people. We recognized her as a very strong woman with a good heart. She will always be remembered by all Filipino people. Everything about her will surely remain alive to our hearts. We give yo all the information that you need to know about the Philippines Former President Corazon “Cory” C. Aquino, so we will all understand and be aware what made this person special to all Filipino people. WE ALL LOVE YOU Madam CORY!

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2009 Philippine State of the Nation Address by President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo

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Full Text and details of 2009 Philippine 9th and final State of the Nation Address by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo

at the House of Representatives Batasan Pambasa Complex, Diliman, Quezon City.
President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo is wearing a purple terno was welcomed at Batasan by officials and delegates. She is escorted by Senate president Juan Ponce Enrile and Lower House speaker Prospero Nograles. After being greeted by applause lasting about half a minute, President Arroyo dedicated a prayer to former President Cory Aquino before commencing with her speech.

The Constitutions of the Republic of the Philippines

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The supreme law of the Philippines is called the Constitution of the Philippine or Saligang Batas ng Pilipinas in Filipino Language. 1897 Constitution – Constitution of Biak na Bato, 1899 Constitution – Malolos Congress, 1935 Constitution – Commonwealth and Third Republic, 1943 Constitution – Second Republic, 1973 Constitution – The New Society and Fourth Republic, 1986 Constitution – Provisional Freedom, 1987 Constitution – PRESENT Constitution

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Philippines Government Offices Directory

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Get the complete information on the government offices contact numbers, email address, location and the person in charge. It has been categorized according to executive branch, constitutional offices, judicial branch, legislative branch, government financial institution, government owned and controlled corporations.

Government Offices Directory in the Philippines

Philippines Attorneys, Lawyers, Law Firms

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Get to to know the List of Attorneys, Lawyers, and Law Firms in the Philippines. It has been categorized by Philippine city and includes the lawyer, attorney, and law firms address, telephone numbers, website, and their specialization.

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CEBU Philippines Government Officials

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Cebu Philippines Governor Gwendolyn Garcia

It provides complete lists of Cebu Government Officials. List of Cebu Disrtict Representatives, Provincial Board Members, Department Heads, and City Mayors and Councilors.

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Philippine National Broadband Network ZTE Deal Controversy

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The Philippine National Broadband Network controversy or the NBN – ZTE (Zhong Xing Telecommunication Equipment Company Limited) deal is a political situation that centers upon charges of corruption mainly involving Chairman Benjamin Abalos, former Commission on Elections (COMELEC) chairman, First Gentleman Mike Arroyo and Pres. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo concerning the proposed government-managed National Broadband Network (NBN) for the Philippines and the presentation of its construction to the Chinese firm ZTE, a telecommunications and networking equipment provider.

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