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Provincial Election Officer Jessie Suares (seated, center) flanked by UNA gubernatorial and vice gubernatorial bets Alfredo Marañon Jr. and Genaro Alvarez (right), who filed their COCs along with congressional candidates Albee Benitez, Mercedes Alvarez, Alfredo Marañon III, Julio Ledesma IV, Jeffrey Ferer and Ignacio Arroyo Jr., in the presence of  Governor Isidro Zayco (l-r, standing)*
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Negrense running
as LP senator

BY CARLA GOMEZ

Negrense Alex Lacson is running for senator under the Liberal Party.

Lacson, a lawyer, told the DAILY STAR he was invited to run for senator by LP presidential candidate Benigno Aquino III and his running mate Mar Roxas, who told him they wanted a fresh face, and a completely non-traditional politician.

“We have to fight for those who cannot fight for themselves – our nation’s children who are too young to fight for their dreams, and the poorest of the poor who do not have the means to fight for themselves,” Lacson said.moremoremore

Lacson, Saratan backing Lito,
going for mayor with 16 others

BY CARLA GOMEZ

Eighteen candidates for mayoralty posts in Negros Occidental, including Rep. Jose Carlos Lacson, who is challenging incumbent Talisay Mayor Eric Saratan, filed their Certificates of Candidacy during the weekend.

Thirteen candidates for vice mayor and 128 councilor candidates also filed their COCs.

In Talisay City, Lacson said he is running as the official candidate of the Lakas-Kampi-CMD and is supporting the gubernatorial bid of Sugar Regulatory Administrator Rafael “Lito”  Coscolluela.moremoremore

Prosecutor dismisses
raps vs. 7 PNB men

BY GUILLERMO TEJIDA III

The City Prosecutor’s Office dismissed the charges for 436 counts of qualified theft through falsification of commercial documents filed in 2008 by the corporate secretary of the National Federation of Sugarcane Planters against its former employee and seven personnel of the Philippine National Bank, for the alleged unauthorized withdrawals of the sugar planters’ group’s funds deposited with the PNB in Bacolod City.

In her resolution dated April 29, 2009, furnished the DAILY STAR yesterday by NFSP former accountant Penuel Tanio, Prosecutor II Pacita Galvez recommended that the charges be dismissed against all respondents “for lack of probable cause.” moremoremore

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