With two days left for voter registration, a long queue was observed early Wednesday morning in Antipolo City, according to the report of Mark Makalalad for Super Radyo’s DZBB.
Before dawn, people lined up in front of Robinson’s Place in Antipolo City, which is a satellite site for registration.
By about 5:30 a.m., some people were told that they missed the cut off of registrants for the day and discussions ensued.
Commission on Elections (Comelec) officials are “likely” to extend voter registration amid clamor from the public and lawmakers, said spokesperson James Jimenez.
The poll body’s en banc will meet on Wednesday to discuss the matter.
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