Overseas Filipino voters in 26 countries snub midterm elections

InterAksyon.com's Ernie Reyes reports that data from the Overseas Absentee Voting Committee of the Commission on Elections show that no Filipinos voted during the midterm polls in 26 countries abroad.

InterAksyon.com's Ernie Reyes reports that data from the Overseas Absentee Voting Committee of the Commission on Elections show that no Filipinos voted during the midterm polls in 26 countries abroad.

 

The report noted: "These countries, with a total number of 1,122 registered voters, are: Colombia with 6 voters; The Netherlands, 5; Suriname, 5; Venezuela, 350; Costa Rica, 4; El Salvador, 4; Honduras, 14; Dominican Republic, 22; Panama, 7; Ecuador, 5; Peru, 8; Bulgaria, 2; Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2; Estonia, 1; Latvia, 1; Burundi, 1; Congo, 128; Madagascar, 223; Malawi, 2; Mauritius, 6; Rwanda, 1; Somalia, 3; Eritrea, 28; Djibouti 43; Zambia, 241; and Macedonia, 10."

 

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