2022 Philippine Elections

Marcos’ SOCE shows P623 million spent for presidential bid | Evening wRap

Nick Villavecer
Marcos’ SOCE shows P623 million spent for presidential bid | Evening wRap
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Today on Rappler – the latest news in the Philippines and around the world:

President-elect Ferdinand Marcos Jr. spends a total of P623.23 million on his successful bid for the presidency. This, according to his statement of contribution and expenditures filed with the Commission on Elections on Tuesday, June 7.

Three weeks before his term ends, President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday, June 6, calls on Filipinos to ‘unite’ behind president-elect Ferdinand Marcos Jr. and other newly-elected leaders. 

The Philippines further relaxes COVID-19 pandemic restrictions and allows all establishments to operate on full capacity in places under Alert Level 1. 

The family of the author whose article inspired the 1986 Tom Cruise movie Top Gun sues Paramount Pictures for copyright infringement over this year’s blockbuster sequel Top Gun: Maverick.

For the first time since their publicized split, Moira Dela Torre opens up about her breakup with husband Jason Marvin Hernandez. – Rappler.com

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Nick Villavecer

Nick Villavecer is a multimedia producer for Rappler where he produces newscasts, explainers, and short documentaries. From 2016 to August 2020, he was a researcher, writer, and segment producer for ABS-CBN's Current Affairs division, producing stories on human interest, public health issues, natural disasters, crimes, accidents, and emergency-preparedness.