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2013 Elections, Resolutions

COMELEC RESOLUTION NO. 9518

GUIDELINES ON THE FILING OF CERTIFICATES OF CANDIDACY AND NOMINATION AND ACCEPTANCE OF OFFICIAL CANDIDATES OF REGISTERED POLITICAL PARTIES OR COALITION OF POLITICAL PARTIES IN CONNECTION WITH THE MAY 13, 2013 AUTOMATED SYNCHRONIZED NATIONAL, LOCAL AND ARMM REGIONAL ELECTIONS.

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6 thoughts on “COMELEC RESOLUTION NO. 9518

  1. sir, can you explain the “registered voter” and the “will be a registered voter.” isn’t it a qualification as a candidate under the local gov’t code that an elective official must be a registered voter in the barangay, municipality, city or province? no conditions whatsoever, a candidate must be a registered voter.. can a resolution amend the local gov’t code regarding the quALIFICATIONS of a candidate?

    Posted by edraxblue | 18 September 2012, 11:55 pm
    • It could be that he who “will be a registered voter” has recently applied for either a. New Registration, b. Reactivation, or c. Transfer to the locality where he intends to vote, but PENDING resolution of the subsequent ERB hearing.

      Posted by ricosacaben | 25 September 2012, 9:18 am
    • Yes tama po Sir. Pero d naman sinasabi dun sa 7160 na must be a registered voter AT THE TIME OF THE FILING OF THE CoC. Ang sabi lang is “xxx An elective local official must be xxx a registered voter in the barangay, municipality, city, or province or, in the case of a member of the sangguniang panlalawigan, sangguniang panlungsod, or sangguniang bayan, the district where he intends to be elected; xxx.

      Posted by IAmRicardo | 25 September 2012, 10:59 am
      • Precisely, tama po.

        Also, here are some points that might help us resolve your question:

        1. In case of conflict (or one which seems to be) between a general law and a specific law, the specific law prevails.

        RA 7160 appears to be a general law, while Resolution 9518 (though not a Republic Act, but still a species of law), is more specific.

        2. Between an older law and a later law, the latter is upheld.

        In both cases, it is presumed that the more specific and later law has been tailored to fit the present condition, like the possibility that a political aspirant might have applied for Registration, Transfer, or Reactivation ONLY IN THE LAST QUARTER of this year.

        Hence the phrase: I WILL BE A REGISTERED VOTER OF:.

        Posted by ricosacaben | 25 September 2012, 3:05 pm
  2. thanks comelec for the info…salamat

    Posted by Roberto Dorumal Agcaoilli | 26 September 2012, 10:55 am
  3. dapat mas paigtingin pa ng comelec ang kampanya sa information drive ng ahensiya lalo na sa mga remote areas ng ating bansa

    Posted by Roberto Dorumal Agcaoilli | 26 September 2012, 10:56 am

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