Wednesday, May 08, 2013

Nancy Binay Scores Zero in Debates Attendance Check by UP sa Halalan 2013

A joint project called UP sa Halalan 2013 by the University of the Philippines, the Commission on Elections and ABS-CBN which aims to "promote clean, honest and empowering elections" has released an infographic which shows a tally of the number of times senatorial candidates appeared in televised debates and forums. The tally were based on eleven high-profile debates and forums conducted through ABS-CBN/ANC, GMA 7, Solar News and TV5. These shows were as follows:
  1. Harapan 2013
  2. Harapan 2013: Senatorial Debates
  3. Headstart
  4. Umagang Hiritan
  5. Kandidato 2013
  6. Pagsubok ng mga Kandidato
  7. Paninisdigan: Senatorial Forum
  8. News to Go In Depth
  9. Townhall
  10. Miting de Avance
  11. Aplikante
 The lowest score in the tally belongs to Nancy Binay who didn't attend a single debate. She is followed by Alan Peter Cayetano who only attended one. Binay is from the United Nationalist Alliance while Cayetano is from the Liberal Party. Also scoring low in the tally are Antonio Trillanes and Jack Enrile with appearances 4 each. They're followed by Cynthia Villar and Loren Legarda with 5 appearances each.

The highest scorers in the tally are Marwil Llasos, John De Los Reyes, Rizalito David, Teddy Casino, Greco Belgica, Ernesto Maceda, Mitos Magsaysay, Ramon Montano, Christian Seneres, and Eddie Villanueva. These aspirants attended all of the debates. They are followed by Risa Hontiveros, Baldomero Falcone, and Juan Eduardo Angara with 10 appearances each. To see the full tally and the infographic, click here to view it on the UP sa Halalan 2013 website.








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