Voter registration efforts will pick back up on July 4 according to a statement made…
The resumption of voter registration has been delayed until Dec. 12 by the Comelec
The return of the voter registration period has been postponed by the Commission on Elections (Comelec) from December 9 to December 12.
The voter registration drives will last until January 31, 2023, according to Comelec spokesperson John Rex Laudiangco in a phone interview on Tuesday.
“This will give additional time for planning after the initial internal presentation of the Register Anywhere Program (RAP). We had committed to running a simulation for the general public on it, “Added Laudiangco.
The pilot test of the RAP at five malls in Metro Manila will take place when the registration period resumes.
On the other hand, Comelec Chairman George Erwin Garcia stated that several institutions have shown interest in taking part in the project’s maiden test.
He declared in a statement, “The Comelec is presently in contact with the House of Representatives, the Senate, and, presumably, at our Bicol region and Eastern Visayas regional offices.
Even if they reside in another city or municipality, those who wish to register as voters must go to the RAP booths in order to provide the necessary paperwork, take an oath, and have their biometric data recorded.
The receiving RAP teams will attest to the accuracy of the documents and biometric information before sending it on to the office of the election officer in the district, city, or municipality that has jurisdiction over the applicant’s home.
The polling organization will announce the activity’s dates and participating malls.
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