A multi-sectoral coalition pledges to work towards calm and clean elections.
Aurora, BALER – This province’s police, soldiers, and politicians from all sectors have pledged their support for calm and orderly elections.
On Friday, the Philippine National Police and the Commission on Elections (Comelec) jointly launched the “Kapulungan ng Pulis, Sundalo, Bantay Dagat, Comelec, at Lahat ng Lingkod Bayan Kasama ang Simbahan at Pamayanan (Kasimbayanan)” at the Aurora Provincial Office (APPO) in Barangay Sabang.
Kasimbayanan is made up of members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, Philippine Coast Guard, Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting, religious sectors, and other non-governmental organizations, and is loosely translated as an organization of cops, soldiers, Comelec, and all public officials, including the church (NGOs).
The APPO Director, Col. Julio Lizardo, thanked the participants for their cooperation in making the May 9 elections safe and secure.
“Now is our chance to make real decisions and have our voices heard.” People have the potential to choose and change, according to a politician in the United States. In his speech, Lizardo said, “Today’s historic occasion exemplifies this opportunity to show our unity and comprehensive action-oriented efforts to achieve a violence-free election, as well as to publicly reaffirm our commitment to nonpartisan, secure, and peaceful elections in May 2022 while maintaining public health.”
Kasimbayanan, he said, was founded to promote collaboration between government agencies, religious sectors, NGOs, advocacy support groups, force multipliers, and community leaders.
“This noble endeavor promotes a vibrant democracy in which the rule of law and constitution are respected, power is transferred through free and fair elections, and the Filipino people trust a government that is clean, efficient, effective, God-fearing, and people-centered,” he added.
They will be partners for peace and development, according to Lt. Col. Reandrew Rubio, battalion commander of the Philippine Army’s 91st Infantry “Sinagtala” Battalion (91st IB).
According to Imam Pangarongan Capal of the Baler Muslim Community, the assembly emphasized respect, peace, love, faith, and unity.
“Hindi kayo makakapasok sa paraiso kapag wala kayong pananampalataya at hindi kayo makapanampalataya kung hindi kayo nagmamahalan at hindi kayo magkakamahalan hanggat hindi kayo nagrerespetuhan, ayon sa turo ni,” Capal
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