|Brunei PE holds mobile registration in the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption (COLA)|
The Philippine Embassy in Brunei Darussalam conducted a mobile registration for Overseas Absentee Voters at the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption (COLA) in Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam on 5 August 2012.
The mobile registration at the COLA is part of a series of mobile registrations scheduled by the Embassy in the months of July and August 2012 to intensify the registration of new Filipino voters in the Sultanate.
These activities have been and are being held at the following key sites in the capital, particularly in establishments where many Filipinos are employed (e.g. supermarkets and department Stores, schools, garments company and medical centers) and/or where Filipinos congregate (e.g. Roman Catholic Church)
The following are the dates and venues of the mobile registration:
10 July – Hua Ho Yayasan, SKH Airport Mall and SKH Manggis
11 July - Hua Ho Yayasan
17 July – Hua Ho Kiulap and Gadong
23 July – Hua Ho Sengkurong
24 July – Hua Ho Kiulap
25 July – Hua Ho Kiulap
26 July – Hua Ho Gadong 1 and Gadong 2
1 August – Hua Ho Delima
2 August – Hua Ho Mulaut
3 August – Seri Mulia Sarjana (SMS) School and Seri Mulia Sarjana International School (SMS-IS)
5 August – Church of Our Lady of the Assumption (COLA)
7 August – Hua Ho Tanjung Bunut
8 August – Hua Ho Tanjung Bunut
9 August – Hua Ho Manggis
13 August – Hua Ho Manggis
14 August- Aewon Garments Kilanas and Aewon Kiarong
22 August – First Emporium Supermarket
23 August – First Emporium Supermarket
29 August to 31 August – Jerudong Park and Medical Center (JPMC) and JPMC Gleneagles
The Philippine Embassy has requested voters to bring along their passports or copies as proof of their identity, to be attached to the OAV form. END
The Philippine Embassy OAV Team at the COLA.
Filipinos queuing to register as Overseas Voters at the COLA.
The Philippine Embassy’s OAV Registration team (from left to right: Mr. Reuben James C. Bermas, Jr.; Mr. Raul C. Villanueva, Ms. Ruby G. Banzon, Chargé d’ Affaires Celeste Vinzon Balatbat, Minister and Consul General Raymond R. Balatbat, Mr. Kenneth C. Joya, and Ms. May P. Ofrasio.