The legend of the presumptive President Duterte will continue to grow when fulfills a promise to use his pickup truck as a presidential vehicle. In a video posted by DZMM in YouTube, the outgoing Mayor of Davao City and presumptive President Rodrigo Duterte expresses his desire to be called as “Mayor rather than President.” In a press conference held at Hotel Elena in Davao City after a closed-door meeting with PNP and AFP Generals, Mayor Duterte intimated to the reporters that he wants the people to continue referring to him as “Mayor of the Philippines” rather than being addressed as

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A jubilant yet cautious Pinol announced his appointment as the incoming DA Chief by the presumptive President Rody Duterte in his latest Facebook post. In a Facebook post shared more than 3000 times as of Tuesday morning, the former North Cotabato Governor declared his surprised announcement as the incoming Secretary of the Department of Agriculture by no less than the presumptive President Rodrigo Duterte during a meeting in Davao City. The former Governor Manny Pinol said he was quite taken aback by the appointment since he did not lobby for the position despite being one of the ardent campaigner of

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A video showing a VCM inside the office of a local councilor in Mindanao which netizens say is illegal has been doing the rounds online. In a Facebook post shared more than 8,000 times as of Tuesday morning, Even Demata admin of the page bearing the same name published the video, exposing an alleged violation against the election law. The VCM or PCOS machine was allegedly found by the local COMELEC official inside the office of a local Councilor identified allegedly as Hon. Raquel Geraldo of Panabo City in Davao del Norte. In the video, a woman can be overheard

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An open letter addressed to the incoming President concerning issues hounding the LTO & suggestions in easing the Manila traffic is doing the rounds online. In a Facebook post published recently, a netizen identified as Tio Ralph offered practical suggestions on how to untangle the mess created by the past administration that made the life of motorists and train commuters a living hell. The netizen dwells on implementing discipline in the main thoroughfares as well as fixing the maintenance issues hounding the country’s train system to ease the traffic woes in Metro Manila. In addition, Tio Ralph wants the incoming

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A post talking about the importance of coming clean in this election and learn from the lessons of PGMA has been making the rounds online. In a Facebook post shared more than 450 times as of Sunday morning, journalist Ira Panganiban and Editor in Chief of Wheels Philippines Magazine encourage the candidates who benefitted from the alleged cheating in the 2016 election to come clean and take the high road, demand that the integrity of the Filipino votes is protected at all cost even if it means asking for a manual recount. In the post, Mr. Ira Panganiban cited the

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One of the changes being floated around by a staunch Duterte supporter is the shift from the presidential system to parliamentary system. The debate whether the parliamentary form of government is a perfect fit for the Philippines has been here for ages. Unfortunately, the proponents of the presidential form of government always emerge on top in the argument. But the presumptive President Rodrigo Duterte is open to the idea so I’ve heard. Hence, the timing is perfect to revive the debate whether the parliamentary form of government is good for the country or not. The recent post of Orion Perez

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A post explaining why the rumors of cheating in the election persist in the VP race between Marcos and Robredo has been doing the rounds online. According to the post of La Salle Professor Antonio Contreras, there are four reasons why the netizens continue to entertain the idea that indeed something “magical” occurred in the wee hours of May 10, 2016. Dr. Antonio Contreras made the assertion that cheating did happen due to the 4 reasons below. Triangulation lang po yan. Dito nga apat na points pa. Likewise, Dr. Contreras conceded that cynics are expressing their reservation on David Yap’s

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When a new leader is elected, it is customary for the citizens to write a letter expressing their wishes. In todays age, Twitter comes in handy to get their message across. The netizen’s wishes varies from the mundane, to the silliest and even to the most serious ones that deserves a second look from President Duterte. Netizen bitch senpai wants Mayor Duterte to impose death penalty to people who litter the streets. #DearPRESIDENTDigong please implement penalty for those throwing their trash on the streets, etc. this country needs to be env. friendly — bitch senpai (@onihimedesu) May 12, 2016 Another

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Doris Bigornia is in hot water, AGAIN, after a regional GMA News reporter calls her “bastos” in an open letter that has been floating around online. In a Facebook post shared more than 3,000 times as of Thursday morning, John Paul Sarsuelo Seniel of GMA News Southern Mindanao published a lengthy rant directed against the “Mutya ng Masa” Doris Bigornia of ABS-CBN News for acting like a star during a forgetful encounter with the veteran reporter. In the post, John Paul Sarsuelo Seniel of GMA News Southern Mindanao recalled how the “Mutya ng Masa” reporter scolded DMNG Engineer Al Lim

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A video of Duterte issuing a warning to policemen involved in “tanim-bala” to stop it or else he will fire all of them has been doing the rounds online. In a Facebook post shared more than 400 times as of Wednesday afternoon, netizen Nebcris Silveron‎ published the video in the FB group associated with all things about Duterte’s presidential run. In the video, Mayor Rodrigo Duterte and soon to be President, issued the warning against the NAIA police during a press conference hosted by the Sonshine Media Network International, TV outfit owned by Pastor Quiboloy. It can be recalled that

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