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Binay evades questions on Poe's SC decision

ZAMBALES, Philippines – Vice President Jejomar Binay continues to avoid questions about the High Court allowing Senator Grace Poe's candidacy for president.

He was believed to benefit the most had she been disqualified.

Mara Cepeda reports.

Vice President Jejomar Binay remains mum about the Supreme Court allowing survey frontrunner Senator Grace Poe to run for president.

The United Nationalist Alliance standard-bearer evades reporters since the Supreme Court announced its ruling in favor of Poe on Tuesday.

Election surveys say Binay could get 32 to 33% of Poe’s original votes had she been disqualified from the presidential race. 

Binay's camp insists the Supreme Court's decision has no bearing on Binay’s campaign. For them, they would rather focus on convincing Filipinos that Binay will truly help them out of poverty.

Mara Cepeda, Rappler, Zambales. – Rappler.com