A Guide for Overseas Absentee Voting National Elections 2016

Sa nalalapit na pag umpisa ng Overseas Absentee Voting, nakahanda ka na ba Kabayan?

As the Embassy of the Philippines in Seoul, prepares for this National Elections 2016, isn’t it just right that the voting public must be ready also?

If you are not, then I hope the following guidelines will do you so.

Kailan ang botohan?

Slide02Sino ang puwedeng bomoto?

Kung kayo ay nagpa rehistro sa Embahada maaari ninyong tingnan ang inyong pangalan sa listahan ng COMELEC.

Ngunit kung ang inyong pangalan ay wala sa listahan, nangangahulugan na kayo ay hindi rehistrado at hindi maaring bomoto.

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Paano ang pagboto?

Ang Personal Voting at Postal Voting.

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Saan maaring bomoto?

Slide05Proseso ng pagboto ng Personal Voting.

Sa araw ng pagboto, kahit anong valid ID ay maaring ipresenta kung walang Voter’s ID.

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Proseso ng pagboto ng Postal Voting.

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Pakatandaan ang mga sumusunod sa araw ng inyong pagboto.

Upang mapadali ang pagboto, ahead of time prepare a list of the candidates that you will vote.

President ; Vice President; 12 Senator & 1 Party list

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Exercise your right to suffrage. YOUR VOTE IS YOUR VOICE!

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