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Bantay ARMM updates: 889,619 from a baseline of 1,778,817 in 2010 #ARMMGenReg

via Samira Gutoc-Tomawis

There are two days more to the end of the registration period in ARMM. As of 12 pm yesterday, the Phil. National Police (PNP) reported a 50.1 % turn-out of voters based on field data.

Maguindanao’s list of voters decreased from 567,443 to 320,038.

Lanao del Sur decreased from 522,417 to 265,013.

Basilan decreased from 179,811 to 65,973.

Sulu decreased from 341,536 to 154,599.

Tawi-Tawi decreased from 167,610 to 83, 996.

The total result is 889,619 from a baseline of 1,778,817 in 2010.

Photo via Samira Gutoc-Tomawis

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