PDF Archive

Easily share your PDF documents with your contacts, on the Web and Social Networks.

Share a file Manage my documents Convert Recover PDF Search Help Contact



EIRR 2016 .pdf



Original filename: EIRR 2016.pdf
Author: Lester John Glign Ignacio

This PDF 1.5 document has been generated by Microsoft® Word 2013, and has been sent on pdf-archive.com on 04/03/2016 at 02:38, from IP address 121.54.x.x. The current document download page has been viewed 441 times.
File size: 387 KB (5 pages).
Privacy: public file




Download original PDF file









Document preview


Republic of the Philippines
POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF CIVIL ENGINEERS – PUP STUDENT CHAPTER CHARTER NO. 30

OFFICE OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL COMMISSION

COMMISSION ON ELECTIONS
ELECTION IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULATIONS 2016 BY THE COMMISSION ON
ELECTIONS ON THE ACTIONS, DUTIES, AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE COMMISSION,
CANDIDATES AND INVOLVED ENTITIES FOR THE ENTIRE PICE-PUPSC ELECTION PERIOD
FOR AY 2016-2017
ARTICLE I. INTRODUCTION
Section 1: Title. This set of rules shall be known as the ELECTION IMPLEMENTING RULES AND
REGULATIONS 2016 BY THE COMMISION ON ELECTIONS (hereby referred to as the “Commission”)
ON THE ACTIONS, DUTIES, AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE COMMISSION, CANDIDATES AND
INVOLVED ENTITIES FOR THE ENTIRE PICE-PUPSC ELECTION PERIOD FOR AY 2016-2017 and
therefore shall be referred to as “EIRR”.
Section 2: Applicability. Rules of the election process shall be respected by and submitted to by all the
candidates running for office in the PICE-PUPSC Elections for AY 2016-2017, as stated in each
stipulation, section and/or phrase of the EIRR.
Section 3: Construction. Construction of EIRR shall be for the aim of having justified, clean, honest,
peaceful, orderly, efficient and credible elections for the next batch of officers of the PICE-PUPSC.
Section 4: Implementation. Execution of EIRR shall be done and executed by all the members of the
Commission. The candidates and all members of each party shall be subjected to obedience in the EIRR.
Section 5: Suspension of Rules. Any rule due for postponement shall be carried out depending on the
gravity of the situation. Suspensions of rules may be applied in a whole article, a full section, or just a
portion of a section of the EIRR. Suspensions must ONLY be authorized by the Commission.
ARTICLE II. QUALIFICATIONS
Section 1: No candidate must be elected on any position of the Executive Board unless he is a member
of PICE-PUPSC for the last two semesters up to the time of his filing for candidacy.
Section 2: No candidate must be elected on any position of the Executive Board unless he qualifies the
evaluation based on the requirements as prescribed by PICE-PUPSC Constitution and By-Laws and
submits to the process duly conducted by the Commission as described in the EIRR.
Section 3: No candidate must be eligible to run for any position unless he is determined to be qualified
after series of screening prescribed by the Commission.
Section 4: Candidates holding offices within this University, elected or appointed, must resign before their
application be considered valid.
Section 5: Certificate of Candidacy Application Form, hereby referred to as COCAF shall be awarded
and considered official to a candidate who has submitted the following requirements to the Commission
Chairman:
a) Photocopy of PUP Identification Card (validated A.Y. 2015-2016, 2nd Semester. If lost, get an
affidavit of loss from PUP Guidance Office)
b) Photocopy of Registration Card (A.Y. 2015-2016, 2nd Semester, if lost, acquire a copy from ARO)
c) Certificate of Candidacy (tinyurl.com/PICEformB)
d) Abridgment Form (tinyurl.com/PICEformC)
e) Curriculum Vitae
f) Approved Resignation Letters (for incumbent offices in any office within the University)
g) Certificate of Membership (duly signed by the PICE-PUP SC President OR the Treasurer)
h) Filing Fee (Php. 50.00 received by the Commission Treasurer)

www.facebook.com/PICE.PUP.COMELEC

“ HE OUNTRY’S

OLYTECHNIC ”

Republic of the Philippines
POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF CIVIL ENGINEERS – PUP STUDENT CHAPTER CHARTER NO. 30

OFFICE OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL COMMISSION

COMMISSION ON ELECTIONS
Section 6: The Commission Chairman has the ministerial duty of issuing COCAF after the completion of
its requirement.
Section 7: All submitted COCAF is subjected to approval by the Commission Chairman together with the
remarks given by the board members of the panel interview.
Section 8: All candidates must agree to maintain their allegiance and loyalty to PICE-PUPSC whatever
the outcome of the election shall be.

ARTICLE III. FILING OF CANDIDACY
Section 1: A candidate will be notified if discrepancies arise in his documents. The Commission, however,
puts itself to stand by to the deadline it prescribed.
Section 2: A candidate is considered officially a running entity of the election once attested and approved
by the Commission after passing several evaluation, as prepared by the Commission, with due
effectiveness by the power seated before the Commission.
Section 3: Changes in deadlines may be granted as per the discretion of the Commission and the
appropriateness of the situation.
ARTICLE IV. CAMPAIGN
Section. 1: Campaign Materials. Paraphernalia wished to be used by a candidate shall be checked by
the Commission. No campaign material must be posted or distributed through any means without the
signature, permission and acknowledgement of any member of the Commission. Each material shall
comply with the following qualifications:
a) Posters. Posters are any materials that are pasted in columns, walls, bulletins, and/or any other
possible areas that are left to inform the general public about a candidate, its general plan of
action, etc. Maximum size of any campaign poster by any candidate must be a whole cartolina
paper.
b) Flyers. Flyers are any materials that are distributed by hand by any candidate or supporter of a
candidate to possible voters. Maximum size of any campaign flyer must be a whole long bond
paper.
c) Tarpaulins. If a candidate wishes to post a tarpaulin, he must secure permission from the
Commission, the College Student Council, and the College Dean’s Office. He must consult or
discuss their proposed tarpaulin discussion with the administration and security personnel of the
college building. Total maximum area of tarpaulins must be 15 square feet. Maximum of two (2)
tarpaulins per candidate shall be allowed.
d) Social Media. Campaign through social media shall be out of bounds of the power and jurisdiction
of the Commission though the body wishes that no bashing of other candidates shall be done in
any form in any platform.
Section 2: Period. A number of days must be allowed by the Commission for the candidates to do their
campaign and distribution of materials. At the last day of the stated period, all posters must be taken
down; distribution of flyers must be stopped; and candidates’ campaigning must be concluded. Tarpaulins
may be left posted until the announcements of winners.
ARTICLE V. POLL WATCHERS, CAMPAIGN MANAGERS, AND POLLING PLACES
Section 1: Election and Campaign Representatives. A political party must have at most four (4) poll
watchers and two (2) campaign managers named at the beginning of his COC filing. A political party may
or may not wish to have their campaign manager/s. Names of poll watchers and campaign managers
can only be accepted only at the time being spent on the filing of the candidate’s COC.

www.facebook.com/PICE.PUP.COMELEC

“ HE OUNTRY’S

OLYTECHNIC ”

Republic of the Philippines
POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF CIVIL ENGINEERS – PUP STUDENT CHAPTER CHARTER NO. 30

OFFICE OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL COMMISSION

COMMISSION ON ELECTIONS
Section 2: Polling Place. In order to ensure transparency, the following is implemented:
a) A candidate is prohibited to stay in polling precincts during the period of casting of votes
b) A candidate is only allowed to enter and/or get near the polling precinct when he casts his votes.
c) During casting of votes, only one (1) poll watcher per candidate will be allowed inside the area of
the polling place.
d) During canvassing of votes, the commission shall have one but only one (1) poll watcher per
candidate inside the canvassing area. Names of the poll watchers shall be known to the
commission before the filing of COCAF ended. No other poll watcher shall be sent by a candidate
to replace the initial poll watcher they have designated.

ARTICLE VI. INCUMBENT OFFICERS
Section 1: The incumbent executive officers shall not campaign or endorse by any means any
participating entity. And that being proven to being so will result to instant disqualification of the particular
candidate.
ARTICLE VII. MITING DE AVANCE
Section 1: Candidates shall observe the Miting de Avance Rules of Order hereby referred to as “MARO”
being set by the Commission.
Section 2: Time limits. Candidates shall be allowed to deliver a maximum of 2 minutes for each
candidate’s introductory speech, 3 minutes for privilege speech, and 2 minutes to answer raised
questions by the moderators of the Miting de Avance.
Section 3: Candidate tardiness. Late candidates shall be subjected to disciplinary actions as thereto
approved by the Commission.
Section 4: Campaign materials. Campaign materials may be posted or hung around the venue of the
Miting de Avance, provided that materials must contain the word “VOTE”. Violating candidates shall be
subjected to disqualification.
Section 5: Speech content. Speeches must not contain any phrases that lead to the implication nor
straightforwardly state “VOTE FOR ME”; nonetheless, that offense shall be construed as his resignation
from running the election.

ARTICLE VIII. ELECTION DAYS
Section 1: All candidates must be allowed to cast their votes on the first hour of the first day or the last
hour of the last day of the casting of votes.
Section 2: No candidate must be allowed to stay on the polling precinct during the casting of votes after
he/she is done casting his/her vote; candidates are advised to stay away from the polling precinct for a
minimum of 5 meters.
Section 3: Sample ballots shall be allowed if and only if neither “VOTE” nor “VOTE FOR” is indicated in
the material.
Section 4: Poll watcher/s from any candidate shall be present at the polling precinct at all times during
the voting period.

www.facebook.com/PICE.PUP.COMELEC

“ HE OUNTRY’S

OLYTECHNIC ”

Republic of the Philippines
POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF CIVIL ENGINEERS – PUP STUDENT CHAPTER CHARTER NO. 30

OFFICE OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL COMMISSION

COMMISSION ON ELECTIONS
ARTICLE IX. CANVASSING OF VOTES
Section 1: Any alterations made in the official ballot will nullify the entire vote entries, unless signed by
the commissioners.
Section 2: Poll watcher/s of any candidate or political party shall be present at all times during the
canvassing of votes.

ARTICLE X. DISQUALIFICATION
Section 1: Failure to secure the Certificate of Candidacy on time as signed by the Commission must null
any interest whatsoever of the candidate to become part of the election.
Section 2: Failure to submit all the requirements on time must be subjected to the disqualification the
candidate, unless reconsidered depending on the gravity presented on a formal motion in paper.
Section 3: Destroying of campaign materials by people affiliated to a rival party must be subjected to, on
first offense, warning and, on last offense, disqualification of an individual to become an official running
entity.
Section 4: Misdemeanour by any means of any individual (candidate/s, poll watcher/s and/or campaign
manager/s) to any of the Commission Executive Board Member/s and/or Commissioner/s must be
subjected to, on first offense, warning and, on last offense, disqualification of an individual to running the
election.
Section 5: No sanctions must involve deduction of votes to any candidate as it is unlawful and move
against the wills attested by the Commission.
ARTICLE XI. ELECTION PROTESTS
Section 1: Election protests must be presented in black and white.
Section 2: The ONLY body higher than the Commission is the FACULTY ADVISERS. Any appeals on
the decision of the Commission must be directly addressed to the faculty advisers in a formal motion
presented in paper. However, all rights to the final decision after several deliberation, with consideration
to arrangement handed down by the faculty adviser/s in the spirit of reasonable lifts of the agenda, will
be under the authority, discretion and approval of the Commission.

ARTICLE XII. PROCLAMATION OF WINNING CANDIDATES
Section 1: The winning candidates shall be proclaimed after the post-election protest period as
determined by the Commission. Further, if there is one, the proclamation of newly elected officers shall
be after the protest has been resolved.
Section 2: The official list of the newly elected officers shall be posted in conspicuous places.

www.facebook.com/PICE.PUP.COMELEC

“ HE OUNTRY’S

OLYTECHNIC ”

Republic of the Philippines
POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF CIVIL ENGINEERS – PUP STUDENT CHAPTER CHARTER NO. 30

OFFICE OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL COMMISSION

COMMISSION ON ELECTIONS
The decisions made by the Commission Executive Board Members and Commissioner en banc
are final and irrevocable, as witnessed and approved by its authorities, signed in PICE-PUPSC
Office, PUP College of Engineering and Architecture building, this 20th day of February, on the
year of our Lord two thousand and fifteen.

LESTER JOHN GLIGN G. IGNACIO
COMELEC Chairman

LOUIE ANGELO M. TALAVERA
COMELEC Vice-Chairman

ZENAIDYLE G. RAMIRO
COMELEC Secretary

MA. KIBI KYSHIMAE D. INOCENCIO
COMELEC Treasurer

LIENARD M. MANACHO
COMELEC Auditor

EMMALYN F. CAJAYON
5th Year Commissioner

SIMON GERALD M. MENDOZA
5th Year Commissioner

QUEEN XYRISH A. PACLE
4th Year Commissioner

MA. ANJEANINE L. GARCIA
3rd Year Commissioner

KEYZER GLENN S. MAÑALAC
2nd Year Commissioner

SHARINA NICOLE J. ARNONOBAL
1st Year Commissioner

Noted by:

JENNELYN MAUSISA DIEZ
President, PICE PUP SC ’15-‘16

www.facebook.com/PICE.PUP.COMELEC

“ HE OUNTRY’S

OLYTECHNIC ”


Related documents


PDF Document eirr 2016
PDF Document coc for commissioner
PDF Document coc for applicants 1
PDF Document coc for applicants
PDF Document bk test 2015 16
PDF Document election mdp latino


Related keywords