MANILA, Philippines — The Anti-Crime and Terrorism Community Involvement and Support (ACT-CIS) group continues to be main the party-list race after the National Board of Canvassers (NBOC) completed together with 149 certificates of canvass (COCs) on Sunday afternoon.
According to the partial tally from the Commission on Elections, which sits because the NBOC, ACT-CIS acquired 2,065,408 votes, corresponding to five.827 p.c of votes for party-list organizations.
Next to ACT-CIS is the 1-Rider get together listing with 988,435 votes, adopted by the Tingog get together listing with 871,237 votes. Both have no less than two p.c of the votes — 2.788 p.c and a pair of.458 p.c.
The different get together lists with no less than two p.c of votes, or are close to the 2 p.c margin, are the next:
- 4Ps (822,347 votes, 2.32 p.c)
- Ako Bicol (812,520 votes, 2.29 p.c)
- Sagip (769,485 votes, 2.170 p.c)
- Ang Probinsyano (697,070 votes, 1.966 p.c)
- Uswag Ilonggo (687,481 votes, 1.939 p.c)
- Tutok to Win (669,218 votes, 1.888 p.c)
- Cibac (628,078 votes, 1.772 p.c)
Last Friday, appearing Comelec spokesperson John Rex Laudiangco defined that every one party-list teams getting two p.c of the votes might be assured of 1 seat within the House of Representatives.
But because the Supreme Court ruling on the party-list problem requires all 63 party-list seats to be occupied, Laudiangco mentioned that there can be two extra rounds the place seats are distributed to different party-list teams so as of share of votes earned.
Laudiangco additionally talked about that more often than not, the party-list group with the final seat will get round 200,000 to 300,000 votes. Currently, 1-Pacman is on the fiftieth spot, with 259,301 votes or 0.731 p.c.
This is the fourth report from the NBOC since official outcomes had been launched. Earlier, the NBOC suspended its session with 159 of the 173 COCs accounted for.
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