A gay rights group, felt aggrieved by a Commission on Elections (Comelec) decision denying its accreditation to participate in the upcoming party-list elections, has decided to bring its case to the Supreme Court.
The Commission on Elections (Comelec) and its regional offices is currently in the thick of things receiving certificates of candidacy (COCs) for the May 2010 national and local elections. At its head office in Intramuros in Manila, the Comelec has more load because it has to receive the COCs of all candidates for national posts from presidential to vice presidential and senatorial bets. read more »
Party-list representatives Monday sympathized with “Ang Ladlad,” a gay organization that was earlier disqualified by the Commission on Elections (Comelec) from participating in next year’s party-list elections on grounds of immorality. read more »
Kinukuyog ng mga mambabatas sa Mababang Kapulungan ng Kongreso ang Commission on Elections (Comelec) sa pagiging “macho” ng komisyon nang tanggihan ang aplikasyon ng grupo na tinaguriang “Third Sex” na makilahok sa party-list election at magkaroon ng kinatawan sa kapulungan. read more »