May 25, 2022
Filipino educators join the mounting calls of concerned citizens, communities and people’s organizations for the COMELEC to not dismiss and instead to seriously investigate reports of fraud, disinformation, disenfranchisement, and vote-buying in the 2022 national elections.
May 1, 2022
What can the next administration do on the sorry state of Filipino workers? End ENDO, develop the countryside and build Filipino industries to generate sustainable jobs, and substantially raise wages.
April 11, 2022
It apparently costs so much to wage and win electoral campaigns for national and local positions. Tens of billions of pesos will be spent in the run-up to the May 2022 elections — in the end, who really pays the price of public office that too often just goes to those who spend the most?
February 20, 2022
How different are the choices between candidates for national positions The Senate slates of the president-vice president tandems are all interconnected with each other — either having common candidates or connected by transitivity through second and third candidates.
December 20, 2021
How far are politicians currently running for office really willing to go for peace based on justice?
December 16, 2021
The electoral landscape keeps changing as politicians file, withdraw, and substitute in their certificates of candidacy to suit their horse-trading and bargaining. This is how it looks today but who knows what the quest for power will make it tomorrow.
October 29, 2021
How much choice do we really have in the 2022 elections? Some presidential candidates are better on human rights and corruption than others but no one stands out yet on economic issues. Overlapping senate slates might also be showing how transactional and pragmatic PH politics still is — and how we still don’t have that […]