Christmas is a time when you get homesick – even when you’re home. Wherever you may be, we wish you all A Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year Abrenians! May all your wildest dreams come true… – SysOp Here’s a two-minute compilation video of abrenian.com
Tomorrow (July 1st), the newly elected officials will formally take their seat of office. The winning candidates are back in Abra, after sorties abroad to celebrate their victory, just in time for taking their oath of office. This should also formally end the Elections 2013 (note: Some candidates has filed election protests and the manual … Continue reading
“People grow through experience if they meet life honestly and courageously. This is how character is built” says Eleanor Roosvelt.
There’s still alot of debates going on regarding the automated system that happened in the May 2013 elections. Many doubted the outcome of the elections due mainly of reported PCOS malfunctions, CF (Compact Flash) Cards corruption or tampering and the reputation of Smartmatic, the company who developed the software.
Be careful when you ask the question where you can get the best pansit miki in town because it will trigger an endless arguments. I say each one has it’s own unique flavor and taste. So which is which?
When I woke up this morning, I read a post on Facebook P4A Youth Movement about the Abra Youth and Student Leader Manifesto for the 2013 Elections.
With just two days before Election Day, we want to hear from you on the conduct of this election. Here are way to contact us: through our website http://news.abrenian.com Email/Google Chat: firstname.lastname@example.org Like us on our FaceBook Page: https://www.facebook.com/abrenian Add Abrenian SysOp at: https://www.facebook.com/sysop.abrenian follow us on twitter @abrenian free call/text to viber +1-619-791-3599 skype … Continue reading
By Abrenian SysOp (Eric Bringas) San Diego, California. Three days before the 2013 elections, you think with all the rambling and jousting between candidates and their supports from different camps, we’ve had enough? Think again. Now everyone’s attention is shifting to the PCOS (Precint Count Optical Scanner) Machine that will be used for this 2013 Elections.
Now back to the New APH. Here’s an interesting development. The opening of the new APH didn’t make (why am I not surprised) it to April 2013 as promised by Gov. Takit during my interview with him in March. Instead there’s this Soft Opening” on May 8, 2013 according to this invitation. When I visited last … Continue reading
Manila, Philippines. We drove off from the airport. Let’s have lunch my brother said as we headed towards the Global City at Fort Bonifacio. As we were driving, my brother tried his best to act as my tourist guide as we weaved through traffic. He started pointing things and telling me places and landmarks that … Continue reading