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Comelec is set to appoint 12 senators.

MANILA – After determining that the Certificates of Canvass (COCs) from areas that will be holding special polls or have yet to conduct elections will no longer affect the overall senatorial rankings, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) announced on Thursday that it is ready to declare the winning senators in the just-concluded May 9 elections.

They want the proclamation to be held right now, according to acting poll body spokesman lawyer John Rex Laudiangco.

“By immediate,” he explained at a press conference, “we mean that the canvass had practically covered and most of the COCs, and those remaining votes, potentially referring to a special election, will no longer affect the canvass.”

“If we get there, the Comelec will not postpone the proclamation.” I believe we all want this to be finished with. The sooner we can announce it, the better… it will save the government a lot of money… we will not wait. “I know for sure the NBOC (National Board of Canvassers) will schedule the proclamation as long as we have canvassed and the remaining votes will not alter the results,” the Comelec official stated.

14 barangays in Lanao del Sur are scheduled to have special elections.

Beijing, China has yet to hold elections due to a lockdown imposed by the host government due to an increase in coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) cases.

Around 10,000 people vote in the province’s municipalities of Butig, Binidayan, and Tubaran, but just 1,991 Filipinos live in Beijing.

Companions are limited.

Laudiangco, on the other hand, reminded the 12 elected senators to keep their entourages to a minimum at the proclamation ceremony, which the poll body has yet to arrange.

“We need to tell our future senators-elect that this time, like when we filed the Certificate of Candidacy (COC), we would be limiting their partner,” he stated.

“The pandemic is still ongoing.” We’re still on level 1 alert. The poll body official added, “We should all follow the basic health protocol.”

All candidates should be contacted.

Meanwhile, Laudiangco requested both winners and losers to assist in the removal of campaign materials.

“Please continue to clean up your campaign materials, as we ask all candidates. Let us be environmentally conscious and cooperative “he remarked.

“Let us properly dispose of our campaign materials and continue our cleaning efforts,” said the Comelec officer.

In addition, he urged them to recycle their messaging.

“Please recycle these materials if at all possible. Don’t just discard them somewhere “According to Laudiangco.

Candidates have used tarpaulins, posters, and other materials to advertise their candidacy during the campaign season, which lasts 90 days for national positions and 45 days for municipal positions.

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