Check some of the photos of OFWs who cast their votes at the Philippine Embassy.
Based from the updated schedule, the Overseas Voting is conducted every day until May 9, 2016 including weekends from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
To claim your IDs, the Embassy advised voters to bring passports and a photocopy.
“Distribution of mailing packets” and “casting of ballots” will be included in the said activity.
The voting period for registered Filipino voters based overseas is from April 9 – May 9, 2016. Filipinos living abroad once again would have a chance to play a significant part in choosing leaders that will manage our vital contribution as OFWs to the Philippine economy.
Click the link below to verify if your name is included in the final list approved by the Resident Election Registration Board (RERB).
Below is the new list of registered voters whose voter’s IDs have just been released.
The Philippine Embassy in Bangkok will open its doors on Saturday, October 31, to accommodate those who are registering for the Overseas Absentee Voting (OAV). It will start from 9:00am to 5:00pm.
Eight hundred fifty one (851) registered voters have their records deactivated by the Resident Election Registration Board (RERB) of the Philippine Embassy in Bangkok per RERB order No. 001 dated September 22, 2015.
The Philippine Embassy in Bangkok advises Filipinos in Thailand to visit the Consular Office to get their records updated especially if they changed their residential address since the last time they voted.