Thursday, October 11, 2012

October 11 2012 Philippine Suertres/Swertres Tips and Lotto Results


FIRST PERSON By Alex Magno (The Philippine Star) Updated October 11, 2012 12:00 AM

It is not a victory yet; but it is reassuring.

Last Tuesday, the Supreme Court issued a restraining order against the cybercrime law. Fifteen separate petitions were filed contesting the constitutionality of the law, specifically those provisions that seem to restrict freedom of information and allows the Department of Justice to police online chatter.

That law seems to have crept through the legislative mill without really paying it the attention it deserved. The Senate passed it with only one senator objecting. The President signed it without any cautionary advice from his legal staff.

Soon enough, the law was met with massive protests from the online community, people’s organizations and even the Commission on Human Rights. Politicians, including those who authored the law, quickly distanced themselves from a political hot potato. The President found himself nearly alone, defending the law — although on the tepid excuse he must enforce it under the pain of impeachment.

The ink is barely dry on that law, yet everyone now speaks of amending it. The subtext, clear to most citizens, is that the legislative process has been sloppy. Here is another instance supporting the fear mediocrity now carpets the nation’s affairs.

By the force of the restraining order, the law’s application is suspended for 120 days. The Court asks the Solicitor General to reply to the petitions filed. On January 15, oral arguments will be held. It is the Solicitor General’s unhappy task to argue that this law is not repressive and does not violate the freedoms enshrined in our Constitution.

It is the methodology of popular resistance that is more interesting, however the legal issues might be resolved.

As things happen in this digital age, the public response to this law was instantaneous and massive. The blogs burned. The netizens were irrepressible.

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These are today's Suertres/Swertres Lotto tips; Yesterday's results are at the bottom


Yesterday's Philippine PCSO Draw Results
For October 10, 2012 Wednesday

EZ2 Lotto
Morning 11am: 17-06
Afternoon 4pm: 01-30
Evening 9pm: 10-02
Winning numbers in exact order
Php 4,000.00 per 10 peso play

Suertres Lotto Luzon Vis-Min
Morning 11:00 am: 1-6-0
Afternoon 4:00 pm: 7-8-0
Evening 9:00 pm: 5-3-9
Winning numbers in exact order
Php: 4,500 per 10 peso play

Four 4Digit Luzon & Vismin
9pm: 6-2-7-7
Winning numbers in exact order

Mega 6/45 National Lottery
Current Jackpot: Php 4,500,000.00
Winning numbers in any order

Grand 6/55 Lotto
Current Jackpot: P58,917,006.00
Winning numbers in any order

 For best results, it is suggested to always employ rumble on the tips above.
* = Hot Numbers
** = Very Hot Numbers
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