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“We will not stop telling the Commission on Elections to ‘do your job.’ If (Chairman Sixto) Brillantes finds us annoying, then all I can say is this: ‘You took that job, so don’t be onion-skinned.’”—Fr. Joe Dizon, convenor of the poll watchdog Kontra Daya, on the glitches marking the recent computerized mock elections conducted by the Comelec and purportedly being downplayed by Brillantes.
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