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How to win the election battleground legally, wisely

The Philippine Star

MANILA, Philippines – Many candidates lose due to technicality. Ensure victory this coming elections by arming your team with the right legal firepower and by aligning campaign strategies with the right legal tactics.

With the aim to educate political candidates, campaign managers/ operators, lawyers, members of political parties and party-list organizations, poll watchers, representatives of electoral watchdogs, media institutions, and civil society organizations on election law, updates on revised procedures, systems, jurisprudence, and regulations of the Comelec, the Center for Global Best Practices is holding a pioneering seminar titled “Winning the Election Battleground Legally and Wisely” scheduled on Jan. 23 at EDSA Shangri-La Hotel, Mandaluyong City. For details and a complete list of seminars including “How to Prepare Your Statement of Contributions and Expenditures (Jan. 22)” and “Revised General Instructions on Automated Election (April 15)”, log on to www.cgbp.org or call (02) 842-7148/ 59 and 556-8968/ 69, Cebu lines: (032) 512-3106 or 07 or Baguio line: (074) 423-5148.)

This one-day seminar is designed to address all questions and practical issues of candidates relating to election law, ranging from pre-election issues, qualifications and disqualifications of candidates, campaign and campaign finance, election day activities, postponement and failure of elections, electoral procedures, and dispute resolution mechanisms to resolving electoral disputes before and after proclamation.  Gaining the right legal knowledge is one of the best ways to level the playing field for all political aspirants and ensure that one is not disadvantaged or legally outmaneuvered in the electoral exercise.

Listen and learn from Atty. Alberto C. Agra who is one of the recognized expert practitioners in election law. He will share his famous updated study aids on elections.  He is a member of the faculty of the Ateneo Law School since 1993. He served as Acting Secretary of Justice, Acting Solicitor General and Government Corporate Counsel.

ACTING SECRETARY OF JUSTICE

ACTING SOLICITOR GENERAL AND GOVERNMENT CORPORATE COUNSEL

ALBERTO C

ATENEO LAW SCHOOL

AUTOMATED ELECTION

ELECTION

GLOBAL BEST PRACTICES

JAN

MANDALUYONG CITY

PREPARE YOUR STATEMENT OF CONTRIBUTIONS AND EXPENDITURES

REVISED GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

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