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Capiz Readies for the May Election PDF Print E-mail
In the recent conference of the Joint Provincial Security Coordinating Center headed by Capiz election supervisor lawyer Elizabeth Doronila, several issues related to the upcoming elections were discussed.

Western Visayas Commission on Election Regional Director Renato Magbutay, during the conference, directed all the city and municipal election officers to perform their tasks and responsibilities during the electoral process to the best of their abilities and to coordinate matters to the center that are needing police or military assistance.

Information Officer Donna Asmod of the Capiz Police Provincial Office said that PNP Provincial Director Domingo Cabillan, on the other hand, emphasized the importance of coordination among members of the PJSSC.

Cabillan, she said, also directed his staff officers and chiefs of police to strictly follow the guidelines set by the Commission and to avoid lapses in the performance of their duties and ensure a secure and fair election in Capiz.

Asmod said that the PJSSC meeting was also attended by Philippine Army’s 61st Infantry Battalion Commanding Officer Christopher Sab-it, Asst. COMELEC Regional Director Felicisimo Embalsado, PNP Special Action Force Commander Angelo Camuyot, city and municipal election officers in Capiz.

Part of the conference was the discussion on the salient provisions of the election law such as COMELEC Resolution No. 9091 or the Calendar of Activities and Periods of Certain Prohibited Acts, COMELEC Resolution No. 9026 or the Request for the Concurrence of the President in the Deputation of the AFP and the PNP, and COMELEC Resolution No. 9028 or the Rules and Regulations on the Bearing, Carrying or Transporting of Firearms and other deadly Weapons; and the Employment, Availment or Engagement of the Services of Security or Bodyguards Personnel, among others.

On the other hand, Asmod revealed that of the 16 towns and one city in Capiz, 12 of which had already signed the respective peace covenants of the aspiring local candidates which showed their commitment to uphold non-violence during the conduct of the May 13 elections. (JCM/JBG/PIA6-Capiz)
 
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