MANILA, Philippines - As the Catholic Church continues to face issues such as the RH Bill and Sin Tax law, questions arise about the possibility of a Catholic vote.
The University of the Philippines Diliman Communication Research 165 WWX class will hold a paper presentation entitled, “BOTO nAMEN: Demystifying the Catholic Vote” on March 18 from 9 am to 12 noon at the College of Mass Communication Media Center TV Studio.
With the 2013 elections only a few months away, the presentation of the research paper explores varied opinions on whether Filipino Catholics will vote as one block. Others believe Catholic leaders and groups may initiate a Catholic block voting by creating a list of candidates to vote and not to vote for. Others argue that a Catholic vote is not possible at all.
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