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The duty of a citizen does not end on election day. A lot of citizens are very eager to volunteer for voter education organizations by watching the election process, scrutinizing the candidate’s platforms and inviting their community to vote wisely. After the elections, volunteers continue on their daily grind. We want our leaders to be accountable and hold them to their promises. It means taking a stand, often fighting for a certain view on an issue, engaging with lawmakers, movers and shakers, and government agencies.
iVote, iWatch: Citizens engaging and watching government for a better Philippines, seeks to encourage all Filipinos to go beyond just voting wisely. We must watch. Who do we watch? All of those we elected in office, as well as the people appointed to head different government agencies. It is our civic duty to be participative in nation-building as well as in being a check and balance to those in power.
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