- RP Embassy in Tel Aviv conducts Outreach Program in Haifa for OAV Registration
- Filipino workers flock to the Philippine Embassy in Tel Aviv during the last day of OAV Registration
- Overseas Absentee Voting Registration in Shanghai, China
|RP Embassy in Tel Aviv conducts Outreach Program in Haifa for OAV RegistrationPosted: 04 Sep 2009 08:33 PM PDT
PH-141-09, 5 September 2009 – A contingent of Philippine Embassy officials, headed by Vice Consul Bertrand Theodor L. Santos, conducted an outreach program in Haifa on August 29, few days before the end of the registration period. The outreach program enabled OFWs in Haifa and neighboring areas to register for the 2010 elections. Many OFWs expressed difficulty in accessing the services of the Philippine Embassy in Tel-Aviv by reason of geographical distance and work schedule. More than 100 OFWs were able to register during the outreach. END
|Filipino workers flock to the Philippine Embassy in Tel Aviv during the last day of OAV RegistrationPosted: 04 Sep 2009 08:14 PM PDT
PH-140-09, 5 September 2009 – Overseas Filipino workers flocked to the consular section of the Philippine Embassy in Tel-Aviv during the last day of the overseas absentee voting (OAV) registration for the 2010 elections. Many of the workers coming from different parts of Israel rushed to the Embassy to register and manifested their solid intention to go out and vote in the next general election.
Speaking before the Filipino Community on August 29 in Tachana Merkazit in Tel Aviv, Vice Consul Greg Marie C. Mariño announced the end of the registration period and encouraged them to register and exercise their right to vote. As a result, the Embassy received the following day a large number of registrants. END
|Overseas Absentee Voting Registration in Shanghai, ChinaPosted: 04 Sep 2009 08:08 PM PDT
PH-139-09, 5 September 2009 – The Philippine Consulate General in Shanghai ended the 2009 OAV Registration with 539 registrants. The number includes the total of 497 new registered voters and 42 transfer of registration record.
During the 2003 and 2006 OAV registration, the number of registered voters totaled 203 and 420, respectively. The success of the registration was due to the Consulate’s efforts in rendering services through its field registration and distribution of information materials, and the support of the Filipino community leaders.