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Elections might be open to voter suppression if held over 2 days or more should the coronavirus pandemic still persist by the year 2022, a former poll commissioner said Friday.
A former head of the Commission on Elections rejected Friday a lawmaker's claim that voters might be too afraid of the pandemic elect leaders in 2022, citing as an example the recent throngs at the fake white sand beach of Manila Bay.
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