Day 4 at Comelec: COCs for senator bear same old familiar names

At 94 years old, former Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile is not yet ready to retire from public life. On Tuesday, Oct. 16, after a three-year break from politics, he filed his certificate of candidacy for senator, through lawyer Joseph Sagondoy, at the Commission on Elections main office in Intramuros, Manila. READ: It's official: Enrile files candidacy for senator As of 2010, when the 15th Congress convened, Enrile, then 87 years old, held the distinction of being the oldest senator, a tag that now belongs to Sen. Richard Gordon, who turned 73 last August. More than just his age, Enrile can also brag of having racked up more years in government than his former boss, Presid...Keep on reading: Day 4 at Comelec: COCs for senator bear same old familiar names

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