Associate Professor on ‘Why We Vote the Way We Do’

Associate Professor on ‘Why We Vote the Way We Do’

by Carlo Cabrera on December 2, 2015 - 10:33 am

image001On December 9, UA&P Associate Professor Dr. Paul Dumol give a talk entitled “Why We Vote the Way We Do: Our History Gives Us Clues” at the Ortigas Foundation Library.

Dr. Dumol will take a look at the history of the establishment of elections in the Philippines dating back to 16th century—how local officials were chosen by the Spaniards, how chaotic elections were, and the beginning of election cheating and fraud at the end of the 19th century.

An open discussion will take place after the 45-minute lecture.

Admission is free but limited seats are available. Reservation is required. Please call 631-1231 locals 187/181 or 401-6503.

Why We Vote The Way We Do: Our History Gives Us Clues
December 9, 6:00 pm
Ortigas Foundation Library
2nd Floor Ortigas Building
Ortigas Ave. corner Meralco Ave.
Pasig City

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