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AB Comelec draws flak for ‘undemocratic’ poll decision, declares ABSC prexy post vacant

AB Comelec draws flak for ‘undemocratic’ poll decision, declares ABSC prexy post vacant

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Updated as of Oct. 3, 1:34 pm THE POSITION of president in the Artlets Student Council (ABSC) would remain vacant after the sole candidate failed to secure more than half of the votes cast in the special pols, the Faculty of Arts and Letters Commission on Elections (AB Comelec) said. After coordinating with the Board of Majors (BoM), AB Comelec released a resolution amending the proclamation of political science sophomore Denzelle Jude Caro as president as he obtained only 474 out of 1,065 votes. “Jude Denzelle O. Caro, garnering only 474 votes, failed to attain a simple [majority of] 533 votes out of the 1,065 total votes. Now, therefore, the Commission hereby declares no candidate is elected as President in the Faculty of Arts and Letters Student Council Executive Board,” th...
AB Comelec postpones special elections, extends filing of COC

AB Comelec postpones special elections, extends filing of COC

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THE UNAVAILABILITY of the electronic voting system has forced the Faculty of Arts and Letters Commission on Elections (AB Comelec) to postpone the student council special polls. The Artlets Student Council (ABSC) special elections, which were originally scheduled for Aug. 23 to 28 have been moved to Sept. 13 to 18. The filing of certificates of candidacy (COC) for three vacant positions will also be extended. In a resolution dated Aug. 18, the AB Comelec said the UST Office for Student Affairs had released a letter addressed to the ABSC regarding the postponement of the polls. "Whereas, the letter states the postponement of the Special Elections for the Academic Year 2021-2022 due to fortuitous event i.e, 'unavailability of Electronic Voting System (EnVoSys) during the dates of th...
Independent, DEKADA both snag 2 posts in ABSC

Independent, DEKADA both snag 2 posts in ABSC

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by JENNA KAYE M. PANDANAN, MARIE CLAIRE “BLANCHE” S. LAGRISOLA, and MATTHEW DAVE A. JUCOM INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES claimed the position of vice president (VP)-internal and public relations officer (PRO), while political party DEKADA secured treasurer and secretary positions in the recent polls for the Artlets Student Council (ABSC). Julliana Flores will lead the ABSC as the VP-Internal after garnering 894 votes, defeating DEKADA’s bet Josea Roy Dimasuay who garnered 728 votes, while 176 Artlets left the position unanswered. Despite being an independent candidate, Flores ensured that this will not hinder her in creating a united student council.  "We must work together on how we can move forward as a body in the realization of our shared goals, that is to guarantee a unified and p...
6 Artlets eyeing for ABSC; no bets for prexy

6 Artlets eyeing for ABSC; no bets for prexy

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by MATTHEW DAVE A. JUCOM SIX ARTLETS are vying for this year’s Artlets Student Council (ABSC) general elections, while no candidate applied for the presidency, the Faculty of Arts and Letters-Commission on Elections announced Friday.  Four candidates came from the political party DEKADA, while the other two will run independently. Competing for the position of vice president (VP)-internal are political science junior Josea Roy Dimasuay (DEKADA) and political science freshman Julliana Flores (independent). Freshman history major Kim Czaccei Dacanay (DEKADA) is the sole candidate for secretary.  History sophomore Jiego Tagaban (DEKADA) is the lone candidate for the position of treasurer. Meanwhile, communication arts freshman Francesca Ventanilla (independent) and Asian Stu...