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10:00 AM February 18, 2019

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10:00 AM February 18, 2019

in: Election 2019
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Netizens criticized the posters of Bong Go in front of Parañaque City Hall

Several netizens criticized the posters of former Special Assistant to the President and 2019 senatorial candidate Bong Go posted in front of Parañaque City Hall.

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Previously, netizens also expressed their desire to take down the posters of Go posted in public places around Metro Manila.

There were also several posters of the senatorial candidate posted in Philippine General Hospital and in the public plaza of Silay City in Negros Occidental.

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Republic Act No. 9006 or “Fair Elections Act” stated that campaign posters and similar materials are prohibited to be posted in public areas such as:

  • Public Schools
  • Public Utility Vehicles (Bus, Jeepney & Trains)
  • Parks
  • Bridges
  • Any Government Buildings
  • Barangay Halls

In line with this, netizens criticized the posters of Bong Go in front of Parañaque City Hall.

Netizen Roselle Regalado shared photos with the caption, “Mga sir sa Comelec, di po ba violation to the max ito? Photos taken today?”

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Photo source” @RoselleRegalado Twitter

The said netizen called out the attention of Commission on Elections in her post.

Several netizens also expressed the same thought about the posters of Bong Go.

Here are some of the comments.

“@jabjimenez Please address this.” – Twitter user @josiahdavid__

“@COMELEC sana po gawin ninyo ang mandato niyo sa bayan..” Twitter user @jaybernabe1608

“Feel ko hindi yan papansinin ng Comelec. Sasabihin lang nila na hindi naman directed to campaign ang tarp. Yun nga ang advantage kung tuta mo ang gobyerno, walang makakagalaw.” – Twitter user @MeasinmeMe

“@COMELEC Kitang kita na naman! Baka magbulagbulagan pa kayo!” – Twitter user @jrcgclrs

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