Bantay ARMM Registration Update 1 #ARMMGenReg

via Samira Gutoc-Tomawis

Marawi City – Some 1896 augmentation election officers from all regions nationwide have arrived in ARMM to conduct the general registration, according to ARMM Regional Director Rey Sumalipao.

In more than 100 municipalities of ARMM, the COMELEC is currently deploying their biometrics machines, generators and election officers to the schools where registration will be held.

Some 300 ALERT and other CSO volunteers are awaiting their accreditation IDs from the 103rd Brigade which is deputized by the COMELEC to be its partner in the conduct of elections along with the PNP.

Incident reports have yet to be filed but this early, we hear from the 103rd Brigade of Lanao del Sur that mobilization of non-ARMM voters are being done in far-flung towns of Lanao del Sur.

CCTV will reportedly capture the registration process.

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