(SAN DIEGO, CA). The “fat lady already sang”, the bar is closed and you have your last call for alcohol. You’re ready to go home , have a good night sleep and tomorrow you resume your normal life. You think? Advertisements
First of all, I would like to apologize to all our readers for not updating the site during the election period. I did gave a blow-by-blow update on our FaceBook Page during election day.
Just a few years back, the Bersamin and Luna camps parted ways and became bitter political enemies. They fought during the 2013 elections and there were even legal battles between them.
The two most coveted positions (Governor and Bangued Mayor) in Abra for this coming 2016 Elections are being contested by two families. Two families who at some point where allies in the last elections.
BANGUED, Abra—Gov. Eustaquio “Takit” Bersamin who is serving his last term as chief executive of his province said in his inaugural speech that he is devoting his third term in office to reducing poverty in Abra.
By Artemio Dumlao (philstar.com) BANGUED, Abra – Abra Gov. Eustaquio Bersamin denied his involvement in buying votes to win in the May 2013 polls.
By Artemio Dumlao BANGUED, Abra – Faced with yet another impending black-out at the start the year, the Abra Electric Cooperative (Abreco) vows to weather the dirty politics in the northern province.
Here’s a comment from one of our users. I would think it deserves to be posted on our main feed: ————————– For the past two weeks, Abra has borne witness to heavy artillery of statements tossed from your camp to the Abreco management.
Sixteen. Supposed to be a sweet number. It’s normally associated with a girl (or boy) blossoming into womanhood (man). A coming out of age party goes with it to celebrate. But for Abra, Sixteen is no party at all.
By Ace Alegre Wednesday, December 12, 2012 BANGUED, Abra – Political maneuvering has plunged Abra into total darkness because private run Aboitiz Power Renewables Inc. cut off its supply three days ago. The blackout, general manager Loreto Seares Jr. explained, “has political underpinning as the governor wants me out at the expense of the 47,000 member-consumers … Continue reading