Thursday, December 10, 2009

At Least 49.1 Million Voters

Last December 9, 2009 Comelec Commissioner Gregorio Larrazabal declares that there are at least 49.1 million voters that have registered for the next elections and that said figures does not include voters from 22 other municipalities that have not yet submitted their official list of voters. According also to Larrazabal that the Comelec would need some 240, 000 teachers who will then turn into members of the Board of Election Inspectors to be in charge of the 74, 000 polling precincts. Larrazabal already met the officials of the Department of Education and discuss the compensations the teacher could get. They agreed that the honoraria of the teachers will increase compared to the P1, 000 per day service as Board of Election Inspectors last election. Aside from the money, the teachers would also receive other benefits like medical insurance and additional leave credits.


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