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COMELEC's Voter Registration is Still Suspended


In line with the continous enhanced community quarantine in NCR Plus Bubble, the Commission On Elections' Voter registration in Metro Manila and four nearby provinces will remain suspended until April 11 as announced.

Base on an article published by Philstar Global, the commission said in a statement that its offices, including the Offices of the Election Officer (OEOs) in the National Capital Region, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna and Rizal will remain temporarily closed with the extension of the enhanced community quarantine in NCR Plus bubble, as well as in the Office for Overseas Voting (OFOV) in the main office and its satellite period.

Below is the press release of Commission On Elections:

COMELEC's Press Release Courtesy: COMELEC Official Twitter Account

COMELEC Spokesperson James Jimenez assured the public that they can still be reached through their official email addresses which may be accessed on its website.

The e-filing of documents may be done pursuant to the Comelec guidelines on electronic filing. Under Resolution NO. 10673 the poll body will continue receiving, via e-mail, petitions, verified pleadings, memoranda, comments, briefs and other submissions, in PDF format.


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