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Comelec Spox reacted to this recent Twitter post of Liza Soberano

Liza Soberano Twitter Post – The Kapamilya actress once again caught the attention of the online community because of her series of tweets and this received a reaction from the spokesperson of the Commission on Election.

The actress became a trending topic on Twitter just recently after she expressed her views on the current COVID-19 situation in the Philippines. She said that what is happening in the country is far more different than in other countries like the U.S., especially when it comes to the help that the government is to the Filipino people.

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📷: @lizasoberano IG

This is not the first time that Liza trended on social media because of her attack against a certain institution or individual and calling them out to change. Because of this, many netizens have been expressing admiration to her for standing for what she believes.

However, there were also those who did not like what she recently said against the government. Social media personality Jam Magno, who is a known supporter of the current administration, expressed a dislike to Liza Soberano Twitter posts.

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Photo Source: ABS-CBN

The recent controversial posts of the actress also received a reaction from Comelec spokesperson James Jimenez. He stressed that “voting speaks loudest” as he replied to the tweet of Liza saying that she is not sure if her voice or tweet will somehow do anything.

The spokesperson also urged the people to register because they will give them the power to vote who they want to be in the position.

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This received a comment from a netizen who asked if the Kapamilya actress is a registered voter and if she is a Filipino. Jimenez replied that even if Liza Soberano is not a Filipino, her Twitter posts showed that she has a “huge Filipino heart”.

Based on the article from Manila Bulletin, Office of the Election Officer (OEO) is open for vote registration from Mondays to Thursday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The department releases voter’s certification until 5 in the afternoon.

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