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INFOGRAPHICS: Persons allowed, not allowed in poll precincts
Posted on 05/12/2013 11:32 PM  | Updated 05/13/2013 6:15 PM

MANILA, Philippines - When you proceed to your polling precinct on May 13, expect to see a lot of people: fellow voters, election personnel, as well as "uninvited guests."

Be aware of authorized and non-authorized persons inside the polling precincts.

Who are they? Check out this infographic prepared by Rappler:

Comelec Resolution No. 9640 laid out the rules and regulations for the conduct of the second automated general election in Philippine history. -

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