Paggasta sa pangangampanya sa soc media tututukan ng Comelec

Paggasta sa pangangampanya sa soc media tututukan ng Comelec

July 12, 2021 @ 9:27 AM 1 year ago

Manila, Philippines — Ikokonsidera ng Commission on Elections (Comelec) ang ads ng mga pulitiko sa Oktubre sa social media na bahagi ng gastusin ng mga kandidato para sa darating na eleksyon.

 “It is an election like no other because the rules of the game must change. The method of campaign will have to change,” saad ni Comelec Commissioner Rowena Guanzon.

“There’s a lot of reliance on social media as a campaign platform, which is difficult for Comelec to compute in terms of campaign expenses. We are hoping that experts will be able to help us with that.”

“We are looking for a way to compute ads through social media like Facebook and Twitter … We cannot regulate the use of social media [for campaigning]. We don’t have the technology for that. But I think we can compute the expenses if Facebook or Twitter will help,” patuloy pa ni Guanzon.

Ikokonsidera ring bahagu ng ‘campaign expenses’ ang kahit anong pangangampanya na ilalabas ng mga tatakbo matapos ang paghahain ng kanilang kandidatura sa Oktubre.

 “I think the majority of us agree that once the candidate files their COC, then the clock starts ticking for campaign finance so all expenses should be counted from the time immediately upon submission of the COC.” RNT/FGDC