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RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING

THE CONDUCT OF PLEBISCITE TO


RATIFY “Bangsamoro Organic Law”
(Resolution No. 10425)
Article I, Section 3. Territorial Jurisdiction
of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region

 ARMM (RA 6734 as amended by RA 9054)

 Municipalities of Balo-I, Munai, Nunungan, Pantar, Tagoloan,


Tangkal (Lanao Del Norte)

 39 Barangays in the municipalities of Aleosan, Carmen,


Kabacan, Midsayap, Pigkawayan and Pikit in the province of
North Cotabato
 Dunguan, Lower Mingading, Tapodoc in the municipality of
Aleosan
 Manarapan and Nasapian in the Municipality of Carmen
 Nanga-an, Simbuhay and Sanggadong in the Municipality of
Kabacan
 Damatulan, Kadigasan, Kadingilan, Kapinpilan,
Kudarangan, Central Labas, Malingao, Mudseng,
Nabalawag, Olandang, Sambulawan and Tugal in Midsayap
Article I, Section 3. Territorial Jurisdiction
of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region

 Lower Bagaer, Balacayon, Buricain, Datu Binasing,


Kadingilan, Matilac, Patot and Lower Pangangkalan in
Pigkawayan;

 Bagoinged, Balatican, S. Balong, S. Balongis, Batuwalan,


Buliok, Gokotan, Kabasalan, Lagunde, Macabual and
Macasendeg in Pikit;

 Cotabato City;
 Isabela City in the province of Basilan;
 All other contiguous areas where: (a) local government
asked for the inclusion in the plebiscite [resolution]; (b) at
least ten percent (10) of the registered voters in the LGU
[petition]
Article I, Section 5 Plebiscite and
Campaign Periods

Plebiscite period: December 07, 2018 up to February 5, 2019

Campaign period: December 7, 2018 up to midnight of January


19, 2019

 Prohibited: Campaign on the eve of plebiscite day


(January 20, 2019 and on plebiscite day (January 21, 2019)
Article II. Petition by a LGU for voluntary
inclusion in the plebiscite
LGU contiguous to any of the
area described in Art III, Sec 2 (a),
(b), (c), (d), (e) of BOL

-resolution shall state:


>specific area (s) described in
-must be in a form of the territorial jurisdiction to
Sangguniang Resolution which the petitioning LGU
-approved by at least majority claims to be contiguous to;
of the members >reason for such claim
-bears the official seal of LGU >no pending boundary dispute
-prepared in 9 legible copies involving the petitioning LGU

FORM CONTENT
Article II. Petition by a LGU for voluntary inclusion in the
plebiscite

Procedure:

1. When: Not later than 1 month from effectivity of resolution


2. Where: Office of the Clerk of Commission
3. Head or a representative shall personally file
4. Filing fee of P10,000 and legal research fee of P100.00
5. Notice of hearing to be sent to petitioning LGU, LGU identified by the
PLGU as contiguous to; LGU who has jurisdiction over the PLGU;
LGUs that issued certifications
6. Publication
7. Opposition (on or before the date of hearing)
8. Summary Proceeding
9. Decision – within 15 days from the time it was submitted for
resolution
Article III. Petition by at least 10% of RVs
in a LGU
Registered voter of LGU that
-must be in writing
is contiguous to any area in in
-under oath
Art III, Sec 2 (a), (b), (c), (d), (e)
-prepared in 9 legible copies
of BOL (supported by at least
10% of the RVs in LGU) FORM

-name, address, age, gender and signature of initiating petitioner


-name, address, age, gender and signature of each supporting
petitioners
-barangay, municipality, city, legislative district and province to which
the initiating and supporting petitioners belong
- initiating and supporting petitioners are RVs of the LGU petitioned for
inclusion in the plebiscite and shall constitute 10% of the RVs
- Registration records of petitioners are all on active status as of the
date of filing the petition
- Commitment to appear during the confirmation and affirmation period
- Initiating petitioner explained to the supporting petitioners the
purpose of the petition before SP signed
CONTENT
Article III. Petition by at least 10% of RVs
in a LGU
Procedure of filing:

1. Where to file: If petitioned for inclusion is a barangay or a city or


municipality : Office of the Election Officer ; if province: Office of the
Provincial Election Supervisor
2. EO will submit a report to the Committee on Bangsamoro Plebiscite
through the ODEDO
3. Initiating petitioner shall personally file and sign the petition before
the EO/PES
4. Within 3 days, EO/PES shall determine the schedule of confirmation
and affirmation (shall be conducted within office hours)
5. Notice of hearing
6. Opposition (on or before the date of hearing)
7. Summary Proceeding
8. Decision – within 15 days from the time it was submitted for resolution
Article III. Petition by at least 10% of RVs
in a LGU

Procedure of confirmation and affirmation:

1. SP shall appear before the EO to confirm his signature in the petition


AND affirm that the InP explained to him the purpose; has read and
understoood the petition
2. EO shall establish the identity of the SP through VRS; a registered voter;
registration status
3. Sign in the signature sheet (time and date of confirmation and affirmation
4. EO shall ratify the fact of confirmation and affirmation
5. Will proceed to count the total number of petitioners registered
6. Shall be at least 10 percent of the RVs
7. EO shall issue certification; submit the petition and signature sheets to
the Clerk of the COMELEC
Article VI. Plebiscite Questions

Plebiscite Question for ARMM except


Basilan Province:

ARE YOU IN FAVOR OF THE


APPROVAL OF REPUBLIC ACT NO.
11054 OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE
ORGANIC LAW FOR THE
BANGSAMORO AUTNOMOUS REGION
IN MUSLIM MINDANAO?
Article VI. Plebiscite Questions

Plebiscite Question for the municipalities of


Basilan:

1. ARE YOU IN FAVOR OF THE APPROVAL


OF REPUBLIC ACT NO. 11054 OTHERWISE
KNOWN AS THE ORGANIC LAW FOR THE
BANGSAMORO AUTNOMOUS REGION IN
MUSLIM MINDANAO?

2. ARE YOU IN FAVOR OF THE INCLUSION


OF ISABELA CITY, BASILAN IN THE
BANGSAMORO AUTONOMOUS REGION?
Article VI. Plebiscite Questions

Plebiscite Question for Isabel City, Basilan:

1. ARE YOU IN FAVOR OF THE INCLUSION


OF ISABELA CITY, BASILAN IN THE
BANGSAMORO AUTONOMOUS REGION?
Article VI. Plebiscite Questions
Plebiscite Questions for each municipality in Lanao Del
Norte:
Article VI. Plebiscite Questions
Plebiscite Questions for each municipality in North
Cotabato (a) For any of the barangays of Aleosan,
North Cotabato:
Article VI. Plebiscite Questions
Plebiscite Questions for each municipality in North
Cotabato (b) For any of the barangays of Carmen,
North Cotabato:
Article VI. Plebiscite Questions
Plebiscite Questions for each municipality in North
Cotabato (c) For any of the barangays of Kabacan,
North Cotabato:
Article VI. Plebiscite Questions
Plebiscite Questions for each municipality in North Cotabato (d) For any of
the barangays of Midsayap, North Cotabato:
Article VI. Plebiscite Questions
Plebiscite Questions for each municipality in North Cotabato (e)
For any of the barangays of Pigkawayan, North Cotabato:
Article VI. Plebiscite Questions
Plebiscite Questions for each municipality in North Cotabato (f) For
any of the barangays of Pikit, North Cotabato:
Article VI. Plebiscite Questions

Plebiscite Question for Cotabato City:

ARE YOU IN FAVOR OF THE INCLUSION OF


COTABATO CITY IN THE BANGSAMORO
AUTONOMOUS REGION?
Article VII. Information Campaign
1. Supervised by the COMELEC/ Bangsamoro Transition
Commission shall also assist in the information
dissemination

2. Assembly meeting or “pulong-pulong”


 Every barangay shall hold at least one assembly
meeting during campaign period
 EO shall supervise and explain the procedures for the
conduct of plebiscite
 Punong barangay shall act as presiding officer or
moderator; see to it that discussion is free and
constructive; invite speakers and resource persons;
certify in writing that a “pulong-pulong” has been held
Article VIII. Accreditation of Domestic and
National Observers

Article IX. Mass media accreditation


Article X. Qualified Voters and List of
Voters
Sec 1. QUALIFIED VOTERS - All registered voters in the provinces,
cities, municipalities and barangays in the territorial jurisdiction; provided
they are at least 18 years old on or before January 21, 2019;

Sec 2. LIST OF VOTERS – PCVL and EDCVL

PCVL:
-One copy for Plebiscite Committee
-One copy for posting at the office of EO
-One copy for posting at the bulletin board of the municipal hall
*Plebiscite Committee shall post one PCVL report at the polling place on
plebiscite day
Legal Network for Truthful Elections

 established in 2007

 the only non-partisan,


nationwide network of
lawyers, law students,
paralegals, other
professionals and
trained volunteers
engaged in election
work
Legal Network for Truthful Elections

MISSION
LENTE is committed to ensuring
truthful elections and meaningful
electoral participation for the good
of the Filipino people

VISION
Genuine and participatory Philippine
society with an informed,
empowered and engaged citizenry
Objectives
1.Advocate for Electoral
Reforms
2.Conduct Public Education
activities
3.Pursue criminal and
administrative cases against
violators of election laws
4.Strengthen institutional ties
of various election-related
organization
5.Monitor the conduct of
elections
Organization Highlights
2018 Barangay and SK Elections (May
& September)
2016 National and Local Elections
2013 Midterm Elections
(including Barangay)
2010 National and Local
Elections (including
Barangay)
2008 ARMM
Regional
Elections
2007 Midterm
Elections
LENTE’s activities

1. Conduct public education activities


(November to January) with our local law
school chapters

2. Monitor the conduct of plebiscite (rules on


Constitution, appointment, designation of
Plebiscite committee, voting, counting of votes,
canvassing and proclamation)
Accreditation of Citizen’s arms of
COMELEC for plebiscite