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by Miriam Defensor Santiago

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  • This book is annotated with decisions of the Supreme Court from September 1999 to December 2013
  • This edition is based on the Omnibus Election Code of 1985, as amended by, among others:

o   Nos. 6636 and 6637 on local elections (1987);

o   No. 6645 on the manner of filing a vacancy in Congress (1987);

o   No. 6646 in electoral reforms (1988);

o   Nos. 6653 and 6679 on barangay elections (1988);

o   No. 6734 on elections in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao;

o   No. 6676 on elections in the Cordillera Autonomous Region (1989);

o   No. 7166 on the 1992 elections (1991);

o   No. 7887 on electoral reforms (1995);

o   No. 7904 on voter information (1995);

o   No. 7941 on party-list (1995);

o   No. 8045 on synchronized elections (1995);

o   No. 8173 on accreditation of Comelec citizen’s arms (1995);

o   No. 8189 on continuing registration (1996);

o   No. 8295 on special elections (1997);

o   No. 9006 on fair elections (2001);

o   No. 9164 on synchronized barangay and sangguniang kabataan elections (2002);

o   No. 9225 on citizenship retention and re-acquisition (2003);

o   No. 9189 on overseas absentee voting (2003);

o   No. 9369 on automated election system (2007);

o   No. 10366 on accessible polling places for persons with disabilities and senior citizens (2013);

o   No. 10367 on mandatory biometrics voter registration (2013); and

o   No. 10590 on amendment to overseas absentee voting (2013.


Table Of Contents

ARTICLE I — General Provisions

ARTICLE II — Election of President and Vice-President

ARTICLE III — Election of Members of the Congress

ARTICLE IV — Election of Local Officials

ARTICLE V — Election of Members of Regional Assembly of the Autonomous Region for Muslim Mindanao

ARTICLE VI — Election of Barangay Officials

ARTICLE VII — The Commission on Elections

ARTICLE VIII — Political Parties

ARTICLE IX — Eligibility of Candidates and Certificate of Candidacy

ARTICLE X — Campaign and Election Propaganda

ARTICLE XI — Electoral Contributions and Expenditures

ARTICLE XII — Registration of Voters

ARTICLE XIII — Precincts and Polling Places

ARTICLE XIV — Board of Election Inspectors

ARTICLE XV — Watchers

ARTICLE XVI — Official Ballots and Election Returns

ARTICLE XVII — Casting of Votes

ARTICLE XVIII — Counting of Votes

ARTICLE XIX — Canvass and Proclamation

ARTICLE XX — Pre-Proclamation Controversies

ARTICLE XXI — Election Contests

ARTICLE XXII — Election Offenses


ARTICLE XXIV — Transitory Provisions

ARTICLE XXV — Final Provisions

ANNEX A — R.A. No. 9369 — An Act Authorizing the Comelec to use An Automated Election


ANNEX B — R.A. No. 7941 — Party-List System Act of 1995

ANNEX C — R.A. No. 6646 — Electoral Reforms Law of 1987

ANNEX D — R.A. No. 7166 — An Act Providing for Synchronized National and Local Elections

ANNEX E — R.A. No. 8189 — Voter’s Registration Act of 1996

ANNEX F — R.A. No. 10590 — An Act Amending the Overseas Voting Act

ANNEX G — R.A. No. 9006 — Fair Election Act

ANNEX H — R.A. No. 10366 — An Act Authorizing the Comelec to Establish Accessible Polling

Places Exclusively for Persons with Disabilities and Senior Citizens

ANNEX I — R.A. No. 10367 — An Act Providing for Mandatory Biometrics Voter Registration

Author(s)Miriam Defensor Santiago
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