Election Law

29 07 2008

ELECTION LAW

PRE-PROCLAMATION CASES – refer to any question pertaining to or affecting the proceedings of the board of canvassers which may be raised by any candidate or by any registered political party or coalition of political parties before the board or directly with the Commission, or any matter raised under Section 233, 234, 235 and 236 in relation to the preparation, transmission, receipts, cutody and appreciation of election returns. Defects and irregularities are apparent from a physical inspection of the election returns (Jainal v. Comm. On elections G. R. No. 174551, March 7, 2007)


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