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Comelec: 15 posts offer mobile voting to overseas Filipinos

Evelyn Macairan - The Philippine Star
Comelec: 15 posts offer mobile voting to overseas Filipinos
On Sunday (April 10, 2022), Filipinos in Hong Kong fell in line to cast their votes on the first day of the overseas voting period.
Philippine Consul General to Hong Kong Raly Tejada

MANILA, Philippines — The Commission on Elections (Comelec) said at least 15 Philippine posts abroad are offering mobile voting for overseas Filipino voters.

Based on an April 10 data shared by the Comelec, there would be a total of 41 field and mobile voting activities at 15 Philippine embassies (PE) and consulate generals (PCG) for overseas voting.

“Registered overseas voters are advised to contact the Foreign Service Posts to confirm the actual venue, schedule, and status of the field and mobile voting activities,” the poll body said.

Comelec has also scheduled field and mobile voting activities for Filipinos overseas: Hamburg, Germany by the Berlin PE (April 23-24); Phuket (April 10), Hat Yai (April 23), and Chiang Mai (April 30) by the Bangkok PE; Victoria, Seychelles (April 17), and Kampala, Uganda (May 1) by the Nairobi PE; and in Preah Sihanouk (April 23), and Siem Reap, Cambodia (April 30) by the Phnom Penh PE.

Naples, Italy (April 23-24), Florence, Italy (April 30 to May 1), and Floriana, Malta (May 7-8) by the Rome PE; Hafar Al Batin, KSA (April 15-16), Al Jouf, KSA (April 22-23), Hail, KSA (April 29-30), and Buraidah, KSA (May 6-7) by the Riyadh PE; and Northern Mariana Islands (April 10-12), and Palau (April 15-17) by the Agana PGC.

Busan, South Korea (April 15-16) by the Seoul PE; Ho Chi Minh City (April 29-30, May 1) by the Hanoi PE; Cayman Islands (April 23-27) by the Washington PE; and in Izmir, Turkey (April 10), Girne, Northern Cyprus (April 16-17), Baku, Azerbaijan (April 23-24), Adana, Turkey (April 30), Hatay, Turkey (May 1), and Antalya, Turkey (May 7) by the Ankara PE.

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