This RSS feed URL is deprecated

Election period starts; gun ban takes effect - Sun.Star

Actual conduct of Commission on Elections checkpoint during the start of gun ban early Sunday, October 1. (Photo from the Philippine National Police). THE Philippine National Police (PNP) set up checkpoints nationwide for the implementation of the ...and more »

Gun ban starts today - Manila Bulletin

Carrying of guns and other deadly weapons is banned effective today, October 1, 2017, as the election period for Barangay and SK elections starts. The Senate has already passed on third and final reading a bill postponing the elections, an act adopted ...and more »

Comelec sets up checkpoints in Baguio City - Sun.Star

BAGUIO. Commission on Elections Baguio City Election Officer Lawyer John Paul Martin and Baguio City Police Office personnel conducts a checkpoint dawn of Sunday prior to the Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections. (Edwin Signey). THE Commissions ...and more »

4 men fall on 1st day of Comelec gun ban - Sun.Star

CEBU. Police set up checkpoints to enforce gun ban, while the law postponing the barangay polls remain unsigned. (Photo by Allan Cuizon). FOUR people were arrested in Cebu during the first day of the nationwide gun ban. The Commission on Elections ...and more »

PNP sets up checkpoints - Inquirer.net

Beginning today, expect more police visibility in public areas in Cebu, with more checkpoints set up by Philippine National Police (PNP) units across the province in compliance with the ban on the carrying of firearms and other deadly weapons. As the ...and more »

Election period for Barangay, SK elections starts tomorrow - Manila Bulletin

The election period in connection with the October 23, 2017 Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan Elections starts Sunday, October 1. And with the start of the election period, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) reminded the public of election-related ...and more »

Comelec completes printing of 59M ballots - Inquirer.net

Even as it awaits the signing of the law postponing the barangay and youth polls, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) has completed the printing of more than 59 million official ballots. Data from the poll body show that the National Printing Office ...and more »

Comelec: Gun ban stays until Duterte postpones polls - Sun.Star

THE Commission on Elections (Comelec) said that the gun ban, which was implemented starting yesterday, will remain in effect until President Rodrigo Duterte signs the postponement of the barangay elections. The House of Representatives had approved the ...and more »

Election period, gun ban start - Inquirer.net

As the country awaits the signing of the law postponing the barangay and youth elections, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) told the public that the election period will begin on Oct. 1. The poll body cautioned the public of poll-related ...and more »

Comelec deputizes DILG, Napolcom - Inquirer.net

As the country awaits the signing of the law postponing the barangay and youth elections, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) has deputized the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) and the National Police Commission (Napolcom) to ...and more »