IN PHOTOS: Comelec's voting machines warehouse in Laguna
MANILA, Philippines – For the first time, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) opened to the public its vote counting machines (VCMs) warehouse in Santa Rosa, Laguna, on Thursday, February 4.
Comelec Chairman Andres Bautista led the media tour of the 5-hectare hub that is being leased to the poll body by bus operator JAM Liner for P69 million a year.
As of Thursday, 71,456 VCMs are housed in the warehouse, and the Comelec is expecting a full delivery of the 97,000 needed VCMs from technology provider Smartmatic within the next two weeks.
The facility is wide and well-ventilated, able to accomodate more than 1,000 employees from Comelec and Smartmatic.
Read more about the facility: Election machines warehouse: A walk-through. – Rappler.com
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