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In preparation for the [[Philippine general election, 2010|May 2010 automated elections]], the [[University of the Philippines]] Institute of Government and Law Reform (IGLR) published  the Handbook on Automated Elections, Canvassing, and General Election Monitoring which aims to cover the electoral process. This is headed by Marivic M.V.F Leonen, dean of the [[UP College of Law]]; Jose Jesus M. Disini, and Atty. Nicholas Felix L. Ty. The handbook's target readers are the voting public but it will also be a useful tool for teachers, lawyers, and volunteers with vital roles in the elections. The Philippines is about to face a litmus test at it embarks on the first nationwide automated elections in May 2010, and the whole world is watching. Thus, initiatives geared at enhancing the transparency and credibility of the electoral process become more critical than ever. Safeguarding the integrity of elections is the duty not only of the government but also of every single Filipino citizen. Knowledge is key to a pro‐active, informed, and effective citizen‐driven monitoring effort. With these in mind, the University of the Philippines Institute...[[The Handbook on Automated Elections, Canvassing, and General Election Monitoring|(read more)]]
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</div> The '''Binirayan Festival''', celebrated in the province of [[Antique]] every end of April, is a month-long colorful commemoration of the landing of the [[Legend of the Ten Bornean Datus|ten Bornean datus]] in Malandog, [[Hamtic, Antique|Hamtic]], [[Antique]] in the mid-thirteenth century. Unlike other Visayan festivals that honor and venerate Señor [[Sto. Niño]], the Binirayan remembers the Malay roots of the Antiqueños...[[Binirayan Festival|(read more)]]
 
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Revision as of 00:45, 30 April 2010



The Binirayan Festival, celebrated in the province of Antique every end of April, is a month-long colorful commemoration of the landing of the ten Bornean datus in Malandog, Hamtic, Antique in the mid-thirteenth century. Unlike other Visayan festivals that honor and venerate Señor Sto. Niño, the Binirayan remembers the Malay roots of the Antiqueños...(read more)