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GAP, SDP ask AB Comelec to declare poll failure

GAP, SDP ask AB Comelec to declare poll failure

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POLITICAL PARTIES Grand Alliance for Progress (GAP) and Students’ Democratic Party (SDP) demanded the Faculty of Arts and Letters Commission on Elections (AB Comelec) to declare this year’s Arts and Letters Student Council (ABSC) elections a failure due to “negligence and inefficiency” of the said poll body. In a letter addressed to AB Comelec Chairperson Kristoffer Dela Cruz last April 26, GAP and SDP raised some irregularities in the recently-concluded ABSC elections—which Dekada dominated, winning all seven positions—and questioned the local Comelec’s credibility and integrity. GAP and SDP said “there are students who were able to vote outside the Learning Resource Unit (LRU)" and thus requested that the votes cast outside the official voting precincts be considered null and v
Dekada sweeps ABSC polls; CSC proclamation rescheduled on Monday

Dekada sweeps ABSC polls; CSC proclamation rescheduled on Monday

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IT IS Dekada's year. All seven candidates from the political party Dekada will sit in the Arts and Letters Student Council (ABSC) next academic year. Garnering a total of 2,276 votes, former ABSC Vice President-External Ysabella Gabrielle Marasigan was proclaimed the president of the next council. Grand Alliance for Progress’ (GAP) Renz Joshua Esguerra, Students’ Democratic Party’s (SDP) Samantha Makayan, and Student Alliance for the Advancement of Democratic Rights in UST’s (STAND-UST) Elizabeth Anthony got 666 votes, 235 votes, and 199 votes, respectively. The newly-elected president believes the whole political party won because of Artlets’ trust. “Everyone in Dekada slate actually worked inside the student council. Because of that, they trusted us na ‘yung taong may exp