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CBA reps vie for SUSG prexy

by Shay Du | May 8, 2023

Two incumbent College of Business Administration (CBA) Representatives to the Silliman University Student Government (SUSG) 32nd Student Assembly will be running for SUSG President in this year’s elections.

The Commission on Elections released the official list of candidates running for the  2023 SUSG Elections via Facebook on May 3.

Rep. Enrica Marian Dinopol will be running under the Concerted Action for the Upliftment of Students’ Endeavors (CAUSE) party, while Rep. Alexandra Kaye Tuale will campaign under the banner of the Students’ Union for Reforms (SURE) party.

Among the 20 resolutions uploaded to the SUSG’s Resolutions Database, Rep. Dinopol authored eight resolutions and co-authored one. She is also the Speaker of the House for this year’s Assembly.

These resolutions include the creation of a Socio-Political Executive Committee, amendments to the Omnibus Election Code of the SUSG, and the addition of an SUSG representative in SU administration meetings on student-related issues.

Meanwhile, Rep. Tuale contributed four resolutions and is a member of the Assembly’s Committee on Impeachments.

She pushed for a semestral evaluation of college councils, the routine inspection and maintenance of drinking water fountains, and a Bisaya learning workshop in her resolutions.

Official documents about resolutions proposed after the Assembly’s 11th Regular Session, which was held on Feb. 19, have not yet been released to the public as of writing.

Vice-presidential candidates for this year also include incumbent college representatives.

Rep. Timothy Deo Libres from CAUSE and Rep. Parker Shane Manalysay from SURE are College of Mass Communication (CMC) and College of Computer Studies (CCS) Representatives, respectively.

Aside from candidates for president and vice-president, 56 candidates from CAUSE and 48 candidates from SURE will be running as representatives of their respective colleges.

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