[Latest News][6]

2016
Achievers
Advisory
Agriculture
Albay
Albay News
Announcements
Banner
Bicol
Bicol Express
bicol local news
bicol local newspaper
Bicol News
bicol news latest
Bicol Songs
Bicol Vigilantes
Bicolana beauties
Bicolano achievers
Bikol news
Binibining Pilipinas
Business
Camarines Norte
Camarines Sur
Caramoan Massacre
Case in Point
Catanduanes
Celebrations
Church
Column
Community
Contributions
Culture
Daet
Daraga
Development
Disaster
Documents
Drugs
Economy
Editorial
Education
Entertainment
Environment
Events
Feature
Features
Filipino News
Food
Food Trip
Government
Headlines
Health
Human Interest
Infographics
Infrastructure
Iriga
Iriga City
Isipon Osipon
Jobs
Jokes
Kantang suanoy
Legazpi
Legazpi City
Letters
Libmanan
Lifestyle
Ligao City
Live
Masbate
masbate city
mayon
MayonPH
Media
Mining
Modelo Bikolano
Nabua
Naga
Naga City
Nagueno
Nation
National
News
News Bullets
OFW
Opinion
Oragon
Orgullo
Palarong Bicol 2014
Palarong Bicol 2015
Penafrancia
Penafrancia 2014
Photos
Places
PNR
Police
Police Report
Politics
Polls
Power
Power Watch
Rawitdawit
Region
Science
Sorosgon
Sorsogon
Sorsogon City
Sorsoson
Special
Sports
Tabaco City
Tigsik
Tips
Tourism
Trending
Trivia
Videos
virac
Weather
Weekly Roundup
Who reads Bicol Standard
Willy Bayola
World
Youth

COMELEC reiterates guidelines on filing of Certificates of Candidacy

NAGA  CITY—The Commission on Elections (Comelec) reiterated its guidelines on the filing of the Certificate of Candidacy (COC) in connection with the May 9, 2016 national and local elections.
As stated in Resolution No. 9984 which was promulgated on August 18, 2015, the period for filing of COC is on October 12 to 16, 2015, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Photo via COMELEC
The commission also reminded aspirants that any person holding a public appointive office or position, including active members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, and other officers and employees in government-owned or -controlled corporations, shall be considered ipso facto resigned from the office and must vacate the same at the start of the day of the filing of Certificates of
Nomination and Acceptance.

The COC shall be filed by the aspirant or through a duly authorized representative with a sworn and signed Authority to File the COC.

No COC filed by mail, electronic mail, or facsimile shall be accepted, the same Resolution states.

On October 30, 2015, the Comelec Law Department shall prepare the Certified List of Nominees.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

Bicol Standard

Bicol news

Start typing and press Enter to search