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The CDO forbids political advertising on public property.

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According to a local government directive, political “branding” is forbidden on any public property.

Mayor Rolando Uy issued a memo ordering all department heads to take down names, photographs, photos, or images of any politician or political party from any items and materials that belong to the government.

The decree forbids public officials’ stickers or recognizable identifiers on official property.

As a supporter of the “Anti Epal Law” put out by (former) Senator Emmanuel D. Pacquiao, Uy declared that he conforms to an anti-epal policy under the current administration.

Filipino slang refers to individuals as “epal” when they exhibit excessive attention-seeking behavior, such as putting their names on public works projects.

Uy also noted the Anti-Red Tape Authority’s 2021 regulation for local governments to cross out names and faces on official papers.

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