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Abra CMPAG tackles peace and order, election preparations

Abra Election Supervisor Atty Belmes - photo by Artha Kira Paredes

Abra Election Supervisor Atty Belmes – photo by Artha Kira Paredes


Bangued, Abra, (PIA) – – In continuing efforts to improve the peace and order situation in the province and towards more peaceful elections in Abra, the Church Military Police Action Group (CMPAG) recently held its regular meeting.

Bishop Leopoldo C. Jaucian of the Diocese of Bangued spearheaded the CMPAG meeting attended by Col. Paul T. Atal, Commander, 503rd Infantry Brigade, Philippine Army, Abra Provincial Police OIC Director PSSupt. Virgilio P. Laya, Provincial Election Supervisor Mae Richelle Belmes, and other members and representatives.

Belmes presented the plans of COMELEC in preparation for the 2016 national and local elections as she sought the assistance of the body in disseminating information on the continuing voters registration which started last May 6, 2014 until October 31, 2015. The poll registration also covers all unregistered qualified voters as well as registered voters whose biometrics have not yet been captured. to submit themselves for validation before their local COMELEC office in order to vote for the 2016 polls.

Belmes likewise announced that the Sangguniang Kabataan election is tentatively set on February 21, 2015. Registration for 15-17 years old youth is set on September 20 to 29, 2014 in Comelec offices.

The group agreed to again work together for more peaceful elections in Abra in the 2015 SK elections and the 2016 national and local elections.

PCI Nixon L. Laoyan, chief of the Provincial Operations and Plans Branch of the APPO, presented the updates on the status of criminality in Abra. He reported decrease in criminality in the province, and as a result of this, it has received awards.

Capt. Erwin Libnao, Civil Military Operations Officer of the 503rd Inf. Bde, also shared that the Competitiveness Local Integration Program (CLIP) for rebel returnees in the province is on-going process and that more and more of the RRs are being given their financial assistance for livelihood from concerned agencies of the government. (JDP/MTBB/Josa Mai Ramirez – PIA CAR, Abra)
– See more at: http://news.pia.gov.ph/index.php?article=111409710961#sthash.22JpNU4Y.dpuf


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20 thoughts on “Abra CMPAG tackles peace and order, election preparations

  1. adu la amin

    Posted by john engot | September 21, 2014, 6:54 am
  2. “Bishop Leopoldo C. Jaucian of the Diocese of Bangued spearheaded the CMPAG meeting attended by Col. Paul T. Atal, Commander, 503rd Infantry Brigade, Philippine Army, Abra Provincial Police OIC Director PSSupt. Virgilio P. Laya, Provincial Election Supervisor Mae Richelle Belmes, and other members and representatives” The above report included, “and other members and representatives”. Siasino ngata dagitoy? Saan ngata nga kakadua dagiti polpoliko nga agbilbilang no mano ti masapul da nga kunniberen tapnon adda pang-gatanda iti mabilangda nga agrehistro nga agbotos?
    Iti met “peace and order”, ad-adu manen a miyembro ti CMPAG ti ag-order ti lames kadagiti Ma-mayor nga asideg ti karayan tapnon agkakaduada latta.

    Posted by GENTI | September 21, 2014, 2:31 pm
  3. Highest bidder sakristan Genti sinno ngata kadagity organisastion ti mangabak ti bidding nga kadwa ti kommellek
    asenso Abra
    ,Arya Abra,
    abra kawayan.
    .Dapil ken Miki festival
    Denggen tayo ngarud ti ibaga ni agin papadi Tagamasid ken tay seretaryo na nga ni Eric Shawn nga miembro ti tagapolot

    Posted by ritrittokik | September 21, 2014, 9:58 pm
  4. a caucus sppearheaded by NGOS is good only in the making but for the implimentation i doubt. the church can not even condemn killings during mass when the suspected perpetrators are present. the comelec is inutile in flying voters and the PNP and army can not even withdraw their troops from the capitol.

    Posted by eric shawn | September 21, 2014, 10:37 pm
  5. Finally your comments Eric have substance; continue the good work instead throwing ugly words to others, especially to the governor.
    Yes, plans are good but implementation is different. Even our laws are really good because ithey are mostly copied from USA and other progressive countries, but the implementation is only for the best interest of the powerful- the politicians, especially the political dynasties and their tuta. Look what happened to the rampant vote buying during the last election. The criminal cases are gone with the wind by the power also of the glitter of gold. What happened to the countless elligal guns and murders we have had in Abra? Pera, pera lang. Everything is for sale, it depends only on the prices. Our law enforcers are not exempted, if they are not involved in violence, the words of the power that be is more supreme above their sworn duty to uphold the law. Everybody seems to be interested only in money instead of serving others. Let us see what will happen to the chief of PNP Purisima, vice Binay, and the other law makers involved in plunder cases.

    Posted by TAGAMASID | September 22, 2014, 6:31 pm
  6. tagamasid just focused to our province let us see the cases filed against takit and angkik at the ombudsman hope the brod at hte supreme court will not intervene so that the duo will share the same cell.

    Posted by eric shawn | September 23, 2014, 8:58 am
  7. At this time, it would be great if some of our politicians could say something encouraging and patriotic about these happenings.,,,killings in our beloved Abra..corruptions during election times Unfortunately, they will probably just criticize and grand stand. They never seem to support good governance and its up to us all to decide by 2016 who could be less devil

    Posted by Kitty Cat | September 24, 2014, 1:37 am
  8. it could be best interest for everyone that political aspirants that had an ambition to run could be present too at this peace and order election preparation that may guarantee honest election…hmmm something is fishy…ritritokik comment in somewhat bulls eyed why candidates was not present

    Posted by GAKONG | September 24, 2014, 1:55 am
    • wen met nga agpaysu
      dagitoy koma a agkandidato no 2016 iti adda a koma a nga agpaysu nga presente kadagitoy peace and order election preparation
      kayat na sawen ngarud Gakong nga dagitoy ti bayadam tapno ti kasta adda pangabak mo no 2016 mmmmm mayat mantay inka naybaga kabsat gakong ken ritritokik…hahaha anya met ngata tay maybaga met dagitoy papagayam tayu ita no siak sumela isu nga adda papa-it na ah

      Posted by Fabiano | September 24, 2014, 2:38 am
  9. TOO EARLY FOR THIS peace and order, election preparations KABAGIS where there is no candidate yet to run by 2016

    Posted by su melasu inzo | September 24, 2014, 12:35 pm
  10. who are the ABRA candidates anyways by 2016 ??? haka haka latta

    Posted by mang igme lalakwee | September 24, 2014, 12:48 pm
  11. ruby bersamin for governor, takit for vice governor, para ti agtultuloy a progreso ti abra.

    Posted by agtangaw boy | September 25, 2014, 1:19 am
  12. awan serbi ni takit

    Posted by braulio | September 25, 2014, 10:58 pm
    • Ni Eric Bringas ti agmaymaysa a manok ko kakabagis,Bareng no mayat to met a nga agserbi toy ili tay nga Abra para Gobernador .Ala ket agtinulong tay ngarud nga mangsuportar ti candidatura na no anya ti kunana.agpaparis tay met amin ditoy a.com nga mayat ti baro a turay isu ti kasayaatan ta baro nga namnama ti ili tayu nga Abra
      o anya ERIC BRINGAS PARA GOBERNADOR BY 2016 GO GO GO!!!!!!!!!

      Posted by BAREKBEK | October 1, 2014, 12:35 am
  13. GO Eric Go for ABRA GOBERNOR 2016

    Posted by MARIO ASUNCION JR | October 1, 2014, 12:55 am
  14. katokayo if you are serious i will unmask myself i will campaign for you

    Posted by eric shawn | October 2, 2014, 8:00 am

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