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Nationals candidate to run in corangamite for first time in 25 years Published 7:00 AM, October 01, 2017 MANILA, Philippines – The incumbent Liberal Party of the Philippines (LNP) nominee in a corangamite district has been elected in its first municipal elections for five decades. https://www.cifnet.it/products/custodia-rigida-samsung-a5-2017-9custodia4cover12565 Marc Fariro was first elected to the city council seat in 1976. https://www.cifnet.it/products/custodia-samsung-s7-edge-tucch-9custodia4cover11846 Since then, he has served his district, known as Marang City in the south of the country, as a municipal councilor. He had previously served as a judge on the city’s magistrates’ court. https://www.cifnet.it/products/lord-of-the-ring-the-hobbit-o3313-cover-iphone-7-iphone-8-1covers8samsung4009 Marc Fariro was running for his second term in Marang after defeating two-time Liberal Party of the Philippines (LNP) nominee and one-time candidate Datuk Seri Iqbal Buhari. Datin Ijaz of the Liberal Party of 경주출장안마the Philippi세종출장마사지nes (LNP) won first place with 37,746 votes. https://www.custodia4cover.it/products/despicable-me-w8705-coque-iphone-x-xs-1coversxxsiphone12567 He beat the runner-up Mariano Moraes of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) 23,869 votes, while former MP Zemina Alwan beat Mabini Dusay and Datuk Sarojo Natjic 20,249 votes. In terms of vote share, Dat룰렛in Ijaz, who was the only candidate in the Marang ward, took 47 percent of the vote in 2016. https://www.cifnet.it/products/custodia-originale-samsung-note-5-9custodia4cover10595 The next highest runner-up was Nelwane Wulaf, with 26.8 percent, followed by Seri Iqbal Buhari with 21.7 percent, Datuk Ijaz with 19.4 percent and Datuk Seri Sarojo Natjic with 18.5 percent. There was only one non-LNP candidate running, Datuk Nhutong Obeida in Marang. She took 21,527 votes. She beat the other candidates, Datuk Selim Mariam and Datuk Giorgio Omer, with 22 percent of the vote. https://www.custodia4cover.it/products/kamen-rider-black-belt-cover-iphone-8-plus The election took place in February 2017. Marang is located about 80 kilometers southeast of Manila. In 2016, voters chose a three-party coalition – the LNP, the MNLF and the Communist Party of the Philippines – as a viable government in the southern part of the country. Datin Ijaz was the only non-LNP candidate for Marang.

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