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  1. MANILA — The Commission on Elections (Comelec) has included the use of social media propaganda in the rules and regulations of Republic Act No. 9006, known as the “Fair Elections Act”, for the May 13 mid-term elections. “Each registered political party and candidate shall register with the Education and Information Department of the Comelec, the website name and web address of the official blog and/or social media page of such political party or candidate,” the poll body said in Resolution No. 10488, promulgated on January 30 and made public on Saturday. It added that other blog or social media page that is endorsing a candidate will be considered as another blog or social media page of the latter. https://politics.com.ph/comelec-expands-monitoring-to-include-candidates-facebook-instagram-twitter-accounts/
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