By Artha Kira Paredes, VERA Files BANGUED, Abra—Not a single group working for the rights of persons with disabilities in this province has taken part in the campaign to promote PWDs’ right to suffrage but in this town, at least, village officials have taken up the cudgels for PWDs.
By Maria Teresa B. Benas BANGUED, Abra, Sept. 17(PIA) — The new provincial election supervisor (PES) here encourages Abra residents to report to her or file formal complaints against erring employees of the Commission on Elections.
Napilaan ti kaso a plunder ni Abra Governor Eustaquio Bersamin idiay Office of the Deputy Ombudsman for Luzon.
abrenian.com received a communication from Willy A. Rodolfo, Manager, Branding and Communications of AboitizPower informing us about the Disconnection of Power Supply in Abra:
After all the controversial BOD Election, Abra’s electric power supply may be shutdown due to the failure to post security deposit and unpaid electrical bill. A communication was sent to the National Grid Corp of the Philippines by the Aboitiz Power Renewables Inc. (APRI) stating that they have sent ABRECO, a disconnection notice and demanding the … Continue reading
Philippine Daily Inquirer BAGUIO CITY—The Cordillera’s terrain makes interaction a difficult task for government workers and law enforcers, and occasionally, even for upland villages involved in conflicts. But technology has aided in bridging divides.
La Trinidad, Benguet – Elections at the Abra Electric Cooperative (Abreco), which turned unruly over the weekend, is seen to be a prelude to the upcoming 2013 polls.
SEPTEMBER 18, 2012 | BY ARTHA KIRA PAREDES BANGUED, Abra – The whistleblower who has filed a complaint of plunder against two members of one of Abra’s most powerful clans now faces arrest after they turned the tables on her and sued her for falsification of documents.
Bangued, Abra. Abra Electric Cooperative (ABRECO) was supposed to hold an election to fill the vacant seat for it’s Board of Directors yesterday September 15, 2012.
By Artemio Dumlao BAGUIO CITY, Philippines – Police intelligence agents seized on Thursday guns from the lair of a known gun-for-hire in Langiden town, Abra but failed to corner their main target – Prudencio Britanico, Jr., wanted for a series of paid killings.