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architecture with verdant landscaping accented by two old acacia trees at the center, providing a relaxing vibe to the entire shopping experience,” the Ayala, in a press statement, said. Cagayan de Oro Mayor Vicente Emano also cited the Ayala Land for preserving the old acacia trees. Dream come true In his speech, Mr. Emano said that the coming of Ayala in the city is a dream come true saying “wherever Ayala goes, everyone follows.” Centrio mall brings to the city Ayala malls’ signature offerings through its delightful mix of first-inthe- region brands, popular favorites, homegrown concepts, an exciting selection of dining and lifestyle options including the Ayala malls U-First brand of customer service. With four state of the art cinemas, Timezone and a vibrant activity center which will be home to oneof-a-kind shows and events, unparalleled entertainment is in store for the city of Cagayan de Oro. The Centrio development is a project of Cagayan de Oro Gateway Corporation, a joint venture company between Ayala Land, Inc. and the Anflo Group of Companies. Providing a live-work and play environment, Centrio is a 3.7 hectare mixed use, master planned community consisting of the newly opened Centrio mall, an urban lifestyle hotel, residential condominiums, and an office development. With its delectable finds, unique offerings and events, Centrio mall elevates the shopping, dining and entertainment adventure of this vibrant city of Northern Mindanao. Mr. Emano, on one hand, urged the Ayala Land to prioritize applicants from Cagayan de Oro and the nearby Misamis Oriental. “Thank you for what you have done in Cagayan de Oro,” said the mayor apparently referring to the president of Ayala Land. Mr. Emano said: “The dream of bringing Ayala in
Cagayan de Oro has become a reality.” Overwhelming Mr. Aquino likewise thanked local residents for the overwhelming support to Centrio mall, including its merchants. He said that he was also amazed over how Cagayanons bounced back after the killer tropical storm Sendong struck the city.
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”We don’t know how to concede. We keep on protesting the results of the elections,” he said. Sen. Loren Legarda agreed with Brillantes, saying the country’s multipolitical party system is preventing the achievement of political maturity. ”First, the US has only two political parties while we have multi-political party system and, secondly, we have a different culture,” Legarda said. Meanwhile, Brillantes defended the Comelec’s decision to disqualify more party-lists, saying they have the authority to delist partylists which do not represent marginalized sectors.
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reporters after attending a Senate hearing on political dynasty and party-list system. Brillantes, however, said the Comelec is not yet ready to match the recent US election where re-elected President Barack Obama was proclaimed within six hours. “Of course that’s (24 hours) the fastest. We can’t force the machine to go faster than that. It might explode,” he said. Aside from system enhancement, Brillantes said he is hoping the Filipinos would be politically mature enough to accept defeat.
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