Senator Grace Poe DID NOT ANSWER the question on her 10 year residency in the Philippines by 2016. Instead, she stated that it would be better to have residency/citizenship issues rather than be implicated in GRAFT and CORRUPTION cases. However, the two issues are TOTALLY UNRELATED, the RESIDENCY/CITIZENSHIP ISSUES can allow or disqualify a candidate to run for President or Vice President while the issue of GRAFT and CORRUPTION involves activity that falls under the criminal justice system. This new revelation can be a game changer to the point that it could prevent the candidacy of Senator Poe for President or Vice President in 2016. In 2013, senatorial candidate Grace Poe stated that she would have been in the Philippines for SIX YEARS and SIX MONTHS by the 2013 elections based on her Comelec Certificate of Candidacy. Adding three years to the stated 2013 residency figure would come up to only NINE YEARS and SIX MONTHS, short of the Philippine Constitutional requirement of 10 years to run for President or Vice President.
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