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Ople admits defeat; vows to continue helping OFWS

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Nacionalista Party senatorial candidate Susan “Toots” Ople on Wednesday conceded defeat two days after the nation conducted its first automated national elections.

At the same time, Ople commended the apparent winners in the senatorial race and called on the incoming administration to prioritize the needs and concerns of Filipino workers here and abroad.

Though she lost in the senatorial race, Ople said she would continue helping distressed Filipino workers here and abroad.

Ople ran under Sen. Manuel Villar, Jr. whose campaign focuses on the plight of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW). He also conceded to Aquino.

“I will continue to help distressed overseas Filipino workers through the Blas F. Ople Policy Center,” she said.

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