By Darlene Cay, VERA Files
The Commission on Elections on Wednesday said it has packed and shipped 94.65 percent of the materials needed for the October 28 barangay polls.
Comelec Commissioner Al Parreño, who heads the Committee on Deployment, said the distribution of paraphernalia is being implemented according to the plan.
"Wala naman kaming nakikitang problema sa paglilipat. Maayos 'yung delivery sa ngayon…Kumpleto na ang ating delivery by this week. Earliest by October 24 (We do not see any problem in the deployment [of election materials]. The delivery is running smoothly. It will be done by this week, earliest is by October 24),” he said.
The Commission on Elections in Intramuros, Manila. (Photo by ARTHA KIRA PAREDES)Only Regions III, IV and National Capital Region (NCR) have not received the election materials. NCR is always the last to receive the election materials because Comelec prioritizes deployment to the provinces.
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