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Comelec resolution no. 10430 sets new deadlines

Palacio Del Gobernador, Comelec Central Office. BICOLTODAY.COM PHOTO

By Felix ‘Boy’ Espineda, Jr.

MANILA — The Commission on Election amended pertinent provisions of Resolution No. 10420 which sets the dates for the submission of list of authorized signatories and specimen signatures of political parties when it approved Resolution No. 10430 that covered the rules and regulations governing political conventions, submissions of nominees of groups or organizations participating under the party-list system of representation and the filing of the certificate of candidacy and nomination of and acceptance by official candidates of registered political parties or coalitions of political parties for the May 13, 2019 national and local elections, thereby setting new deadlines.

Resolution No. 10430 set October 5, 2018, as the last day for the submission of the list of authorized signatories and specimen signatures amending Section 2 of Resolution No. 10420 that set September 28, 2018, as the last day. CRN 10420 Section 7 and 8 was also amended extending the deadline from October 1-5, 2018, the new deadline for the filing of the certificate of nomination, certificate of acceptance of the party-list groups, certificate of candidacy and certificate of nomination and acceptance was moved to October 11-12 and October 15-17, 2018 during office hours, without extension, to be filed before the Law Department, copy furnished the Clerk of the Commission, it was amended by Section 7 of Resolution No. 10430.

The Commission rules on the substitution of candidates in case of death, disqualifications or withdrawal of another is allowed to a duly registered political party or coalition, the one to substitute must belong to the political party duly nominated. Independent candidates are not covered. Last day for substitution is November 29, 2018 using COMELEC form. [BicolToday.com]

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