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DOJ issued subpoena against Bangued Mayor’s wife

Bangued, Abra – Mila Valera, the influential wife of Bangued Mayor Dominic Valera and three of her body guards had been subpoenaed by the Department of Justice (DOJ). Advertisements

Brix Bachiller was ridiculed few days before he was gunned down

San Diego, CA –  “To the winners of this election contest, my heartfelt CONGRATULATIONS to you all. It’s been 45 days of hot and divisive campaign that ended last May 9, 2016. To the victors, the future of the province and your respective towns rest on your shoulders…To those who failed, wish your opponents well in … Continue reading

Elections 2016: Peaceful, Honest and Clean?

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.

Elections 2016: Unboxing and testing of VCM yields discrepancies on vote counts

I had the chance to observe the unboxing, set-up and testing of one of the VCM (Vote Counting Machine) located at Bangued West Central School. The Precint covers Barangays Zone 1, Zone 2 and Cabuloan.

Elections 2016: Team Asenso Abreno vs Team Love Abra

the two dominant political party running under Team Asenso Abreno and Team Love Abra are throwing everything against each other including the “kitchen sink”.

Elections 2016: COMELEC is now in charge in Abra

As I’ve anticipated, Abra is now under COMELEC control. This happened after tensions has escalated in the past 2 weeks leading to May 9.

Elections 2016: Abra candidate killed on eve of PNP chief’s visit

by Artemio A. Dumlao BAGUIO CITY  – A Sangunniang Bayan bet in Baay-Licuan town in Abra was killed by New Peoples Army guerillas Tuesday afternoon over alleged refusal to give in to the rebels’ demand for P20,000.00 permit-to-campaign fee.

Elections 2016: Abra stages unity walk for peaceful, fair 2016 elections

Bangued, Abra – Religious groups, the Abrenian Voice for Peace, along with the police, military, Commission on Elections (Comelec), Abra youth sector and other stakeholders the other day joined forces in the Unity Walk and candle lighting rites for secure and fair 2016 elections.

Kagawad shot dead, 2 hurt in shooting incidents

More gun violence. Two separate incidents were recorded in the last two weeks. According to the police, motives are still being investigated.

Elections 2016: Abra PPO safekeeps politicos’ firearms

So who are these politicos who actually surrendered their firearms, and what kinds of firearms are these? It has been our experience that politicians surrender guns that are either not working or modified (sometimes referred to as “One Pong”). We don’t see those sophisticated and high-powered guns —– by Ginalyn B. Brioso / PIA BANGUED, Abra … Continue reading

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