Barangay

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Barangay

In the Philippines, a political subdivision approximately equivalent to a neighborhood.
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Meanwhile, former candidate for barangay captain Johner Salazar and Alberto Cahayon were shot in Barangay Zone 4, Taal, Batangas and Bagong Silang, Buenavista, Quezon, respectively.
In a report from the Calabarzon police, investigators said Romeo Sagario, Barangay Captain of San Andres, had begun working at his meat stall when at least three gunmen attacked him around 4:30 a.m.
Road obstructions will not happen without the knowledge of the barangay captain, he said.
Faustino Dy III, and San Miguel Barangay Captain Efren Santiago to seal the project.
Twelve of the victims were incumbent barangay officials, two were running for barangay captain and six were civilians.
Isabela village chief slain in ambush !-- -- Raymund Catindig (The Philippine Star) - August 23, 2019 - 12:00am TUGUEGARAO CITY, Cagayan, Philippines A barangay captain was killed in an ambush in Sto.
From July 23 to July 28, a total of 13 people were killed -- including a lawyer tagged as sympathetic to the NPA in Guihulngan City, a former mayor of Ayungon town, an incumbent councilor of Canlaon City, a barangay captain in Canlaon City, a school principal and his sister, who is an official of the Department of Education (DepEd) in Guihulngan City and a barangay captain, also in Guihulngan City.
"In fact, kapag na-clear na 'yung obstruction, it will be turned over to the barangay captain. (In fact, if the obstructions were cleared, it will be turned over to the barangay captain) So, we will make now the barangay captain accountable," Ano told radio DZMM.
A previous representative of the Association of Barangay Captains , Edgar Ibuyan Jr., son of Former Councilor Edgar Ibuyan, joined the city council in 2013, after previously working at the City Mayor's Office as its program officer from 2003- 2007, then as a barangay captain.
Particularly, one of the surrenderers was a barangay captain who heartily surrendered himself to the authorities under OPLAN TOKHANG of the Philippine National Police (PNP).
If the incumbent is a national elective official, the spouse and the above relatives are, likewise, prohibited to run simultaneously for any position in the national or local level as barangay captain, mayor, governor or district representative in any part of the country; and