Posted by akosistella on March 24, 2010
Malaya: Comelec’s small town-election mentality
ELECTION officials obviously just don’t get it. They say that as long as people vote, there can be no failure of elections. The ballots cast physically exist. In case all precinct count and optical scan machines conk out, election inspectors can read the ballots by eye and total the votes manually. In case radio transmission fails, the results can be delivered physically to tabulation centers.
Click Business Insight Malaya.
Inquirer: Over the Top
TO BE SURE THE METROPOLITAN MANILA Development Authority these days seems to be more focused on traffic management rather than experimentation. We have observed a commendable zeal in enforcing traffic rules and regulations. On the other hand, the change in regimes from the time Bayani Fernando left the administration has revealed the manner in which the agency is a political tool.
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