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Comelec reshuffling on,
WV prov’l heads moved

The Commission on Elections has ordered a nationwide temporary reshuffling of provincial election supervisors that takes effect Monday, Negros Occidental COMELEC head Jessie Suarez said yesterday.

Resolution 9686 promulgated Wednesday by the COMELEC en banc said the reshuffling was being enforced to enhance the efficiency, competence, integrity and absolute impartiality within the commission.

The COMELEC is strengthening its efforts and preparations towards the coming automated national and local elections on May 13, the resolution said.moremoremore

Perjury raps eyed
versus other Sayson

The camp of Bacolod Vice Mayor Jude Thaddeus Sayson is poised to file perjury charges and other criminal complaints against another mayoralty candidate, Julius Sayson, his legal counsel Vicente Petierre III, said yesterday.

Petierre said perjury charges are being filed against Julius Sayson because of several “untruthful” statements in the affidavit withdrawing his candidacy as mayor that he filed.

Contacted by the DAILY STAR, Julius Sayson said this is just another form of harassment because the camp of Vice Mayor Sayson wants him out from the mayoralty race.moremoremore

Rebels on test mission
ambush suspects


If the police is to be believed, New People’s Army rebels on a test mission are the suspects in the ambush of civilians and policemen in Brgy. Puso, La Castellana, Negros Occidental.

Senior Supt. Celestino Guara, caretaker of the Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office, yesterday said the suspects may not have been aware that civilians had hitched a ride with the policemen, barangay tanods and members of the Barangay Peacekeeping Action Team,on their way to Brgy. Cabacungan, La Castellana.

Guara said the target of the NPA were policemen and BPAT members, as well as the two rebel returnees. “They (suspects) may have been thinking that all passengers of the truck were policemen and BPAT members,” he added

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