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SILLIMAN UNIVERSITY STUDENT GOVERNMENT

Committee on Elections
Dumaguete City
RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE CONDUCT OF THE FEBRUARY 24, 2016 SILLIMAN UNIVERSITY
STUDENT GOVERNMENT (SUSG) ELECTIONS
Article I
GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 1. Nature of SUSG Elections. The SUSG Elections may be partisan and shall be conducted in an honest,
expeditious and economical manner.
Section 2. Supervision and Control of SUSG Elections. The Committee on Elections (COMELEC) shall exercise
supervision and control over the conduct of the SUSG elections.
Section 3. Election Period. The election period shall commence on February 1, 2016 and end on February 29,
2016. This period shall consist of the Filing of the Certificates of Candidacy, Convocations of Candidates, Campaign
Period, Election Day, Post-Election Protest and Recount and Proclamation of Winners.
Section 4. Period for Filing the Certificate of Candidacy. The candidates must file their certificates of
candidacy starting from February 1, 2016, Monday, at 8:00 in the morning until February 6, 2016, Saturday, at
5:00 in the afternoon, at the place designated by the COMELEC. Any certificate of candidacy submitted after the
deadline shall not be accepted.
Section 5. Campaign Period. The campaign period shall commence on February 9, 2016 and will end on
February 22, 2016. The COMELEC shall regulate and issue the necessary permits for the room-to-room campaign
and the public forum. Political parties shall agree upon the schedule for the room-to-room campaign in a meeting
held for that purpose, to be scheduled by the COMELEC. The miting de avance will be held on the afternoon of
February 22, 2016, Monday.
Section 6. Election Day. Pursuant to Section 6-1, Article VII of the SUSG Constitution, the election shall be on
the last Wednesday of February, which is February 24, 2016. The casting, counting and canvassing of votes shall be
done during the Election Day.
Section 7. Qualified Voters. In accordance with the SUSG Constitution, qualified voters are those students
officially enrolled in the University as bona fide students in high school, college or graduate school for the second
semester of school year 2015-2016. No residence qualification nor citizenship requirement shall be imposed on the
exercise of the right to suffrage.
Article II
ELIGIBILITY OF CANDIDATES AND CERTIFICATE OF CANDIDACY
Section 1. Elective SUSG Officials. The officials to be elected are the President, Vice President and
Representatives from the various colleges and schools of the University.
Section 2. Appointment of Representatives. Pursuant to the Constitutional Rule pertaining to the appointment
of college or school representatives, the following guidelines for the number of representatives per college or
school shall be followed:
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Four (4) representatives from the College of Arts and Sciences;
Two (2) representatives from the College of Agriculture;
Eight (8) representatives from the College of Business Administration;
Three (3) representatives from the College of Education;
Five (5) representatives from the College of Engineering and Design;
Two (2) representatives from the College of Law;
Two (2) representatives from the College of Mass Communication;
Three (3) representatives from the Medical Technology Department;
Two (2) representatives from the College of Nursing;
Two (2) representatives from the Physical Therapy Department;
Five (5) representatives from the High School Department;
Two (2) representatives from the College of Performing Arts;
Two (2) representatives from the College of Computer Studies;
Two (2) representatives from the School of Medicine;
Two (2) representatives from the School of Public Affairs and Governance.

50. B. 5. 4. Section 6. 5. 3.Section 3. He/She shall be a bona fide student of Silliman University and not a member of the faculty. 2. c. The Vice President 1. 5. independent candidates shall personally file their certificates of candidacy. through its party chairman or authorized representative. He/She shall have a residency of at least one (1) school year in Silliman University immediately preceding his/her election. That he/she is a bona fide student of Silliman University and not a member of the faculty. b.50. in duplicate.25 for the representatives of the Student Assembly. Qualifications of SUSG Officials. C. A candidate must file a certificate of candidacy. 3. . A candidate must submit a certification duly signed by the dean of the College or head of the School where he/she is currently enrolled indicating the following: a. A candidate may personally file and submit his/her certificate of candidacy to any COMELEC Officer. 2. He/She shall have a cumulative Quality Point Average (QPA) of at least 2. time and place by the COMELEC shall render a candidate deemed excluded in the official list of candidates. The following are the respective qualifications: A. He/She shall be a bona fide student of Silliman University and not a member of the faculty. duly signed by the dean or head of the department. 2. He/She shall have a minimum load of at least 12 units. duly signed by the registrar. 4. d. Failure to submit any of the above requirements at the designated date. 3. He/She must not be employed in any public office or in the University except for student assistants who are qualified to run. Submission of the Requirements. The President 1. He/She shall have a minimum load of at least 12 units. Presidential and Vice Presidential candidates must submit a certificate of residency proving that he/she has spent at least one (1) school year in Silliman University and that he/she has a cumulative QPA of at least 2. staff. That he/she is of good moral standing. duly signed and executed by the candidate. The Representatives 1. 4. staff. Failure to comply with any of the qualifications and requirements set forth in Sections 3 and 4 hereof shall automatically render the candidate disqualified to run for any elective position in the SUSG. That he/she has a minimum load of at least 12 units. Candidates for Representatives for the Student Assembly must present a certificate of residency proving that he/she has spent at least one (1) semester in the College/School he/she is representing. or the administration thereof. He/She shall have a cumulative Quality Point Average (QPA) of at least 2. A duly registered campus political party may also file and submit. their candidates’ certificates of candidacy and other pertinent requirements. He/She must not be employed in any public office or in the University except for student assistants who are qualified to run. He/She shall have a minimum load of at least 12 units. The Official List of Candidates shall be released to the Parties concerned within two (2) days immediately after the last day of the filing of Certificates of Candidacy. Section 5. or administration thereof. or the administration thereof. staff. He/She shall be a bona fide student of Silliman University and not a member of the faculty. staff. He/She shall have a residency of at least one (1) school year in Silliman University immediately preceding his/her election. or the administration thereof. He/She shall have a cumulative Quality Point Average (QPA) of at least 2. However. 3.25. That he/she has a cumulative QPA of at least 2.50. 4. He/She must not be employed in any public office or in the University except for student assistants who are qualified to run. Release of Official List of Candidates. Requirements for Candidacy. Section 4. The following are the requirements: 1. He/She shall have a residency of at least one (1) semester in the College or School he/she is representing immediately preceding his/her election. 2.

Prohibited Acts. Article III CAMPAIGN PROPAGANDA Section 1. and bookmarks. however. and shall bear the signature of the party chair or vice-chair affixing the same either with the use of a rubber stamp or pen as prima facie proof of ownership. Online Campaigning. baller bands. 2. Decision of Cases. Online campaigning shall be allowed for this year’s election. hand fans. 3. Section 3. Section 4. 2. Posters: Provided. Sharing or reposting of campaign literatures or materials from the official parties’ social media accounts as described in the immediately preceding number. Remove. button pins. associations. that it shall not exceed the size of 3 x 6 feet. 4. The following acts shall be considered as online campaigning: 1. except for independent candidates. Leaflets and/or flyers: Provided. which shall be personally filed directly with the COMELEC. 5. that it shall not exceed 8½ inches in width and 13 inches in length. Streamers: Provided. Any other act similar to or analogous with those enumerated under this section. pledges or support for a candidate. notebooks. b) Making speeches and announcements for the election of any candidate for SUSG office. it shall not be filed later than February 9. Each party shall only be allowed to put up only one (1) poster per bulletin board. Public expressions.Section 7. within one (1) day immediately after the decision has been rendered by the COMELEC en banc. What Constitutes “Election Campaign” or “Partisan Political Activity. Lawful Election Propaganda. It includes: a) Forming organizations. c) Publishing or distributing campaign literatures or materials designed to support the election of any candidate. Directly solicite votes or support through SMS texts. These posters must be placed only on public notice boards and bulletin boards in colleges or schools. it is illegal to: 1. The party line-up shall be printed or written on the posters. Within twenty-four hours after such submission. Post degrading. rugby. 2. Post or put up tangible campaign propaganda materials outside the premises of Silliman University. malicious and defamatory statements or comments online against a candidate. Using of campaign literature or material as the user’s profile and cover photos in Facebook. . hats. the COMELEC shall cancel his/her certificate of candidacy and/or remove the candidate’s name in the official list of candidates. However. 6. Posting of a party’s political platform and programs online. Posting pictures and videos online through the following social media websites: Facebook and YouTube. Only the following shall be allowed: A. C. pens. During the campaign period. E. Withdrawal/Cancellation of Certificate of Candidacy. obliterate or in any manner deface or tamper with or prevent the distribution and putting up of lawful election propaganda. paste and the like on bulletin boards. A candidate may withdraw or cancel his/her Certificate of Candidacy by filing a written declaration of withdrawal/cancellation in duplicate. D.” The term “Election Campaign” or “Partisan Political Activity” refers to an act designed to promote the election of a particular candidate or candidates for office. Post campaign propaganda materials with glue. Posting of any campaign literature or material in the official Facebook page and Youtube account of the respective parties designed to support the election of any candidate. or other groups of persons for the purpose of soliciting votes and/or undertaking any campaign or propaganda for a candidate. 3. or 5. opinions or discussions of probable issues in a forthcoming election or on attributes or criticisms against probable candidates proposed to be nominated in a forthcoming political party convention shall not be construed as part of any election campaign or partisan election activity under this Article. that it shall not exceed 30 x 23 inches or the standard cartolina size. d) Directly or indirectly soliciting votes. 2016 at 5:00 in the afternoon. B. that decisions are subject to appeal to the Judiciary. Section 2. insulting. Section 8. committees. Judgment on actions for disqualification of candidates shall be rendered within one (1) day after respondent has filed his/her answer thereto: Provided. clubs. emails and personal messages in any email service and social networking website. Each party or independent candidate is only allowed to put up a maximum of five (5) streamers on campus. Use stickers. T-shirts. 4. Provided that: 1.

Political Party. 3. that in the absence of a school ID. The substitute candidate nominated by the political party concerned may file his/her certificate of candidacy not later than 11:00 in the morning of February 6. . Registration begins on January 22. In approaching the poll clerks to get the ballots. that the voter’s name is in the official list of enrolled students. Any organized group of persons seeking registration as a political party may file with the COMELEC a petition. The main address. reserving the right to terminate the same. 2016. if any. c. During the campaign period. The order in which the candidate shall speak shall be determined by the COMELEC. the poll clerk shall highlight the name of the voter in the official list of enrolled students. To acquire juridical personality and. date. The petition must be signed by the party chair or the official representative of the party and must include a declaration that he/she is authorized to sign the petition on behalf of the party. the poll clerk shall require the voter to present his/her enrollment printout officially stamped enrolled for the second semester of school year 2015-2016. to finish casting their votes and shall not force. as may be determined by a majority vote of the COMELEC. who are still using the polling chairs and tables. afterwich the vote must exhibit his signature opposite his/her name on the list. 2016 and will end on January 26. The poll clerk shall locate the voter’s name in the official list of enrolled students for the second semester of school year 2015-2016. Public Forum/Miting de Avance. hence. In case the voter’s name is not in the official list. The voter must present his/her validated school ID for the second semester of school year 2015-2016 to the poll clerks in the precincts where he/she is to vote: Provided. Article IV POLITICAL PARTIES Section 1. Section 2. 2. 2016. They shall wait for the other voters. A political party is deemed registered upon the submission of the petition and upon approval by the COMELEC. Manner of Obtaining the Ballots. Registration. Each candidate shall be given a time of three to five (3-5) minutes to speak. The following shall be the procedure in obtaining the ballots: a. Section 4. The name of the party. The name. intimidate. The COMELEC has full control and regulation of the flow and conduct of the public forum. Political Party’s Right to Substitute Candidates. any valid government ID shall be accepted: Provided. Section 6. the COMELEC may hold a public forum to which official candidates shall be invited to personally present. Section 3. The COMELEC reserves the right to stop any illegal election activity or confiscate or remove any unlawful. a political party must be duly registered in accordance with the next succeeding section. misleading or false election propaganda after due notice thereof to the candidate/s or political party concerned. on any valid and justifiable cause. 4. Before delivering the ballot to the voter. Article V VOTING Section 1. If on the last day of filing of certificates of candidacy. including online propaganda. All campaign materials. a candidate of a registered political party withdraws. and the venue of the public forum. Order of Voting. and/or debate on their campaign platform and other issues. or platforms. Section 2. must be removed by the candidates and/or the political parties on or before midnight of February 22. b. libelous. explain. Removal of Campaign Materials. “Political Party” or “Party” when used in these rules shall mean any organized group of persons pursuing the same ideology. only the party chair may file a petition to replace the candidate. which shall contain the following: 1. further. the voters must fall in line in the order of their arrival and shall not crowd around the table of the Board of Election Inspectors. or threaten the voters causing them to leave. The invitation shall specify the time. however. entitle it to the rights and privileges herein granted for the filing of certificates of candidacy. address and contact number of the party chair or the official representative of the party and its delegates. political ideas. 2016 at 9:00 in the evening. Action Against Illegal Election Activities.Section 5.

Other Functions of the Board of Election Inspector. The voter must personally detach the coupon and deposit the folded ballot and the detached coupon in the respective compartments of the ballot box. Prepare the Minutes of Voting and Counting of Votes. Section 4. Power of the Board of Election Inspector. the voter shall write the names of the candidates of his/her choice in the proper spaces provided. In order to have an orderly and peaceful voting. NO PERSON shall be allowed to stay within the enclosed COMELEC premises. at least two officers or members of the Board of Election Inspector must remain in their respective polling place. Conduct the voting in their respective precinct. after casting their votes. students about to vote as authorized by the Board of Election Inspectors. with a noon break from 12:00 noon until 1:00 in the afternoon. Section 6. c. except for the Board of Election Inspectors. In order to attend classes. The counting of votes shall start immediately as soon as the ballot box has been endorsed to the COMELEC. Section 2. There shall be a Board of Election Inspector composed of a Chairman. However. a Poll Clerk. c. b. and d. Time When Polling Place Opens and Closes. No member of the Board of Election Inspector shall engage in any partisan political activity. orderly and honest election. When having classes therein. Upon receiving the ballot. Violators shall be fined under the sanctions provided for in Article X herein. the COMELEC shall provide an enclosed area in order to provide voters secrecy. e. Candidates must not stay within a radius of fifty (50) meters from the polling place. Manner of Voting. Only one ballot shall be given per voter. . shall immediately depart. Prohibition of Political Activity. b. Conduct the counting of the votes in the place designated by the COMELEC. and two members duly appointed by the COMELEC. The name in the list that has been highlighted and signed is conclusive proof that the voter bearing such name has already casted his/her vote. Campaigning the day before and during the Election Day for or against a candidate is strictly prohibited. To exercise their right to vote. Section 4. After filling the ballot. through its Chairman. Disallowance of Candidates in Polling Place. Violators shall be fined under the sanctions provided for in Article X herein. and the official watcher of a party or independent candidate. Act as deputies of the COMELEC in the supervision and control of the election in the polling places wherein they are assigned. The votes shall be counted publicly without interruption or delay until completed in the place designated by the COMELEC. to assure a free. b. the voter shall return the same to the poll clerk and exhibit his/her signature in the official list of students and affix his/her thumb mark on the ballot. The voters. f. However. except to vote and discharge his/her functions as such. and shall decide without delay by majority vote all questions that may arise in the performance of its duty.d. during the noon break. Prohibition from Campaigning on the Day Before and During the Election Day. The following shall be the procedure in voting: a. Section 3. c. they will be allowed to enter within the radius in the following instances: a. Violators of this section shall be dealt with under the sanctions provided for in Article X herein. The Board of Election Inspector shall act. Polling places shall be opened from 8:00 in the morning until 5:00 in the afternoon. Section 5. Composition of the Board of Election Inspector. d. The polling place in the College of Law shall be opened from 2:00 in the afternoon until 7:00 in the evening. Section 3. The Board of Election Inspector shall have the following powers and functions: a. Counting of Votes. Article VI COUNTING OF VOTES Section 1. The poll clerk shall retain the ID of the voter and return the same after the voter returns the ballot. Section 5.

the same shall not be counted in any of them. The total number of ballots. g. but it shall not invalidate the whole ballot. Any question on the appreciation of ballots shall be decided by a majority of the Board of Election Inspector or the COMELEC Officers. The time when the voting ended. Any vote casted in favor of a candidate who has been disqualified by final judgment shall be considered a stray vote and shall not be counted. When in a space in the ballot there appears a name of a candidate that is erased and another clearly written. In case of discrepancy. the vote shall not be counted in favor of any candidate having such first name and/or surname. or the erroneous middle initial of the candidate shall not annul the vote in favor of another. During the counting. nickname. Minutes in Voting and Counting of Votes. The time when the counting started. The Board of Election Inspector shall note any irregularities during the conduct of the election and shall report the same to the COMELEC. The Board of Election Inspector shall prepare and sign a statement in two (2) copies setting forth the following: a. j. k. The Chairman shall read the ballots. The time when the voting started. o. g. Any vote in favor of a person who has not filed a certificate of candidacy shall be considered a stray vote. as well as of the election returns and tally board being simultaneously accomplished by the Poll Clerk and the members. f. nickname. or surname of two or more candidates. every ballot shall be presumed valid unless there is a clear and good reason to justify its rejection. the vote for such candidate shall be considered valid. nickname. the vote shall not be counted for either of them. which is the first name of a candidate and which is at the same time the surname of another candidate. j. respectively. m. the ballot is valid. provided there is no other candidate bearing the same name. the Poll Clerk and the members shall position themselves in such a way as to give the watchers and the public an unimpeded view of the ballot being read by the Chairman. If on the ballot. or surname of a candidate is written in the ballot. but the excess vote/s shall not be counted in favor of such candidates. which when read has a sound similar to the name or surname of a candidate when correctly written shall be counted in favor of such candidate. d. the first name of a candidate is correctly written but with a different surname. nickname. e. . all of which constitute the first name. i. h. Any ballot written wholly or part with crayon. or any other person inside the canvassing center shall be allowed to participate in the reading and appreciation of ballots. the tally board shall be followed. When two (2) words are written on the ballot. c. Where only the first name. Any vote containing initials which are illegible or which do not sufficiently identify the candidate for whom it was intended shall be a stray vote but shall not invalidate the whole ballot. The total number of registered voters. but shall not invalidate the whole ballot. b. The total number of used ballots. l. Section 7. In the reading and appreciation of ballots. The Board shall observe the following rules. i. The watchers and the public shall not touch the ballots and election documents. f. The Canvassers. the vote shall not be counted for either of them. The total number of unused ballots. or surname for the same office. h. lead pencil. The total number of spoiled ballots. or surname incorrectly written or misspelled. If the candidates voted for exceed in number of those to be elected. n. the vote shall pertain to the candidate whose name was clearly written. or ink shall be valid. When a single word is written on the ballot. or the erroneous initial of the surname accompanying the correct first name of a candidate. The erroneous initial of the first name which accompanying the correct surname of a candidate. Appreciation of Ballots. When two (2) or more words are written in the same line on the ballot. one of which is the first name of one candidate and the other the surname of another candidate. A first name. c. b. The time when the counting ended. but this shall not affect the validity of the other votes therein. the vote shall not be counted in favor of any of them. The total number of voters who casted their votes.Section 6. bearing in mind that the object of the election is to obtain the expression of the voter’s will: a. the Chairman. e. No candidate shall be allowed inside the canvassing center and no watcher. or the surname of the candidate is correctly written but with a different first name. A ballot containing the name of a candidate printed and pasted on a blank space of the ballot or affixed thereto through mechanical process is totally null and void. d. Section 8. Where there are two (2) or more candidates voted for in an office for which only one is allowed.

or the independent candidate’s signature. Period to File Election Protest. Submission. however. political party. Only the COMELEC has the official capacity to declare the winners. Section 5. The COMELEC Officers. q. stating sufficiently the facts alleged therein.p. In case of non-payment of fines imposed on a duly enrolled student. Make progress reports to the parties or candidates personally or through text. Form of Election Protest. their representatives. or any degrading. Stay in the polling place or canvassing center. The aggrieved party may file an appeal to the Judiciary within one (1) day after receipt of the COMELEC en banc’s decision. Official Tally Sheets. Take note of what they may see or hear. Failure to remove the detachable coupon from a ballot shall not annul such ballot. Declaration of Winners. malicious. provided that the declaration shall be made not later than the last day of the election period. Section 2. whether up front or online. Article VIII POST ELECTION PROTEST Section 1. such penalty shall be charged to the student’s tuition account for the succeeding semester. Extent of Disciplinary Power. Election protests shall be entertained only within twenty-four (24) hours after the counting of votes. bearing the signature of the party chair. The COMELEC will only penalize violators who are enrolled for the second semester of school year 2015-2016 and upon sufficient finding that such a reprehensible act has been committed in blatant disregard of the election rules and regulations. Section 2. The accidental tearing or perforation of the ballot does not annul it. The complaint or protest must be formally and personally submitted to the COMELEC by the party chair or independent candidate. For graduating students. All canvassers shall sign at the bottom thereon. Each party or independent candidate may appoint one (1) watcher in every polling place or canvassing center: Provided. Section 4. It must be duly signed by the party chair or independent candidate concerned. Upon entering the polling place or canvassing center the watcher shall present his/her ID with an indication therein of the party or independent candidate he/she represents. Section 3. to the extent of carrying out their official functions and in the regulation of the flow of the elections. that the necessary permit must be secured from the COMELEC: Provided. further. Appeal. Section 5. Rights and Duties of Watchers. Section 3. The official tally sheet shall be transmitted by the Chairman of the Board of Election Inspector to the COMELEC. Official Watchers of Parties/Independent Candidates. Section 2. Article VII WATCHERS Section 1. shall have the power to discipline any person under its jurisdiction who shall violate any of the election rules and regulations herein provided or who shall make insulting or vulgar remarks. Prohibition of Non-payment. 4. against any candidate. subject to the provisions under the Penal Clause. Complaints or protests shall be written. Power of COMELEC. and defamatory statements. 1. and must be accompanied by clear and convincing evidence to support the allegations contained therein. 2. and his/her permit from the COMELEC. If it be in the instance of a political party or their . the same shall be charged to his/her tuition account. Election protests shall be decided by the COMELEC en banc within one (1) day after receipt of the protest. through a certification duly signed by the COMELEC officers addressed to the Business and Finance. Rendering of Decision. The university treasurer must not sign the student-violator’s University Clearance until the latter has paid his/her obligation. or against any Officer of the COMELEC or any Officer in the Judiciary. Section 9. 3. The watchers shall have the right to: Full and unimpeded access to the proceedings. Article IX DISCIPLINARY POWER OF THE COMELEC Section 1. that the COMELEC reserves the right to remove any watcher who disrupts the proceedings.

P. Where Fines Benefited.500. ROSEL MARGARETTE Q. Streamer: P1. Section 2. such as. if the violator is a registered candidate of any party or an independent candidate. Sticker: P500. At all instances.00 per streamer b. the latter’s chair or representative who shall cause unreasonable walkouts and would create chaos during the the campaign period or formal meetings convened by the COMELEC shall be subjected to pay a fine of P2. Article IX: a. The prohibition as to the filing of candidacy shall also be applicable to independent candidates.500. 2016. shall form part of this Elections Rules and Regulations. shall redound to the benefit and use for the next year’s set of COMELEC officers necessary in the carrying out their official duties and functions.500. ERAMES Chairperson KYLE L. political party or their representatives: P500. In the absence of any applicable provision in these rules. Section 2.00 c. No part of the fines collected by the presently installed officers of the COMELEC shall be used in any manner whatsoever. Official documents. Campaigning the day before the election: P1. Against any officer of the COMELEC or the Judiciary: P1000. the penalty to be imposed shall be automatic disqualification. Campaigning during the election day: P1. but not limited to. Fines. 881) shall be applicable by analogy or in suppletory character and effect.representatives.00.000.00 7. Supplementary Rules. the party shall not be allowed to register nor a candidate under such party be allowed to file his/her certificate of candidacy for the next SUSG election unless and until payment of such fine has been satisfied.00 per sticker e. Leaflets and/or flyers: P100. Article X PENAL CLAUSE Section 1. The following fines shall be imposed upon any violator who is not a candidate for election: Pursuant to Sections 2 and 4 of Article III: a. ALMERO Commissioner LURLYN MAE CARMONA Commissioner RICHMOND DELOS REYES Commissioner . the pertinent provisions of the Omnibus Election Code of the Philippines (B. Campaign Schedules and Miting de Avance guidelines.00 Pursuant to Section 1. 4 of Article III: P1. All fines which may be collected by the COMELEC arising from any violation of these Rules. after due notice and hearing. Article XI SUPPLEMENTARY RULES Section 1. Poster: P1000.500. Supplementary Effect.00 b. Any party. Promulgated this 29th day of January.00 per leaflet or flyer d. Article V: 6.00 per violation Pursuant to Section 6. Other prohibited acts under Sec.00 per poster c. Against any candidate.