Election aftermath: Campaign poster garbage down by 50%, says MMDA

ABS-CBN correspondent Maan Macapagal reports that the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has noted a 50 % decrease in the amount of campaign posters on the streets of Metro Manila for this year's midterm polls compared to what it collected after the 2010 elections.

ABS-CBN correspondent Maan Macapagal reports that the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has noted a 50 % decrease in the amount of campaign posters on the streets of Metro Manila for this year's midterm polls compared to what it collected after the 2010 elections.

 

The report quoted MMDA Chairman Francis Tolentino, who said that the drop in the amount of campaign posters and might be attributed to the implementation of a limit on the size of posters, the presence of common poster areas and the higher cost of printing tarpaulins.

 

MMDA personnel have begun taking down campaign materials along Manila and Pasay since Wednesday, May 15.

 

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