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Celine Pialago’s party-list out; Mocha Uson, Michelle Gumabao’s still in the running for the 2022 national elections

As a result, netizens started sharing their reactions to the removal of Pialago and her party list from the May 9, 2022 ballot.

On January 10, the Commission on Elections (COMELEC) junked former Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) spokesperson Celine Pialago’s Malasakit Movement Inc. party-list, effectively ending her bid for the 2022 elections.

As a result, netizens started sharing their reactions to the removal of Pialago and her party list from the May 9, 2022 ballot.

Some netizens referenced Pialago’s “passed away” comment from the Miss Earth Philippines Swimsuit Competition in 2014, wherein her then pageant roommate Leslie Ann Pine passed out after the special award ceremony.

https://twitter.com/anthesguerra/status/1481154929230495745

Others agreed with the COMELEC’s decision to exclude Pialago’s party list from the 2022 elections.

On the other hand, former Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) executive Mocha Uson and NTF-ELCAC ambassador Michele Gumabao’s Mothers for Change (MOCHA) party remained in the 2022 political race, as COMELEC granted them accreditation on January 10.

Netizens also chimed at Uson and Gumabao’s 2022 elections bid. Some expressed disapproval over COMELEC’s accreditation of the party list.

https://twitter.com/bogrongrong/status/1481228325318426629



Earlier, Gumabao received criticisms from netizens after she joined Uson’s party list, with most citing the former OWWA executive’s tendencies to share or peddle “fake news.”

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