Comelec allows campaign material even printed in 'Panties'

The Commission on Elections (Comelec) said, the laws do not discriminate against where should campaign materials should be printed, even if it's on an underwear, GMA news reported.



The clarification has been announced following to the viral post showing an underwear printed with Quezon City councilor's name at the back and it was supposed a  "give away," and not a campaign materials.

" As far as the law is concerned, there doesn't seem to be any basic, any sort of fundamental reason for making it more unacceptable than say a printed t-shirt. Pwede naman,"Comelec Spokesperson Dir Jimenez said when asked about the controversial post on social media.

However, Jimenez reminded the public that even though election period starts on Sunday, January 13, campaigning is still not allowed.

People started to took in social media sharing there views about the viral photo of the underwear showing the name of the councilor.



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