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  • Section 4. Duties and functions of the members of the Campaign Finance Unit and field officers. - In addition to Section 1 of Rule 2 of the Campaign Finance Rules, the members of the Unit and the field officers shall also have the following duties and functions:Send a written reminder within five (5) days after the day of the elections to all candidates, political parties, and party-list organizations within their areas of responsibility as delineated in Section 2 of this Resolution, informing them of their obligation to submit in triplicate all their campaign finance disclosure statements as required by law and in accordance with the Campaign Finance Rules.  (Reminder template attached to this Resolution as Annex “A”)Conduct price surveys in their respective areas, which will serve as bases to determine the prevailing rates of products, services, lease of property commonly used or availed of in the conduct of various campaigning activities, such as but not limited to:Printing of tarpaulins and posters (price per square feet)Lease of event venues for public announcement system, mobile generators, lighting, tents, and other stage equipmentUse of mobile advertising/announcement service (recorrida)Rental or hire of land transportation, water of aircraftOther products, services, and forms of entertainment commonly availed of in campaign activitiesMonitor political rallies, public meetings, and other similar gatherings for possible violations of election laws and observe the conduct thereof for possible violations of election laws and observe the conduct thereof as bases to determine the veracity of the candidates' or parties' declarations in their Statements of Expenses on Public Rally;Monitor and report to the Unit any activity, act or omission which have been prohibited and declared unlawful by law, including those identified listed in Resolution No. 9385 or any future Resolutions which the Commission may promulgate in relation to an election;Coordinate with personnel of deputized agencies of the Commission, accredited citizens’ arms, and civil society partners and request for their assistance, when necessary, to exercise the powers and perform the functions specified herein and in all other issuances of this Commission pertaining to campaign finance;Issue notices to remove campaign materials to candidates and/or parties whose campaign materials are posted in public places or places not authorized as common poster areas;Receive statements, reports, notices and other disclosure documents pertaining to campaign finance and ensure that the said submissions conform to the requirements set in the Campaign Finance Rules;Issue certificates of compliance to candidates, political parties, and party-list organizations that submitted their campaign finance disclosure statements and reports pursuant to the Memorandum of Agreement between the Commission and the Department of the Interior and Local Government  on the implementation of Section 14 of Republic Act No. 7166;Perform other functions as ordered by the Commission throught the Committee.
  • Section 6. Monitoring Activities During the Campaign Period. - At the start of the campaign period, field officers shall conduct the following monitoring activities:Monitoring of Public Rallies and Meetings. – Upon receipt of information or notice of a public rally or meeting, the field officer, with the assistance of civil society groups and accredited citizens’ arms if available, shall conduct an ocular inspection of the premises where the rally or meeting is to be held during the rally/meeting proper.  During the said ocular inspection, the field officer or monitor assigned to the event shall accomplish under oath the Monitoring Checklist form attached to this Resolution as Annex “C“.  Field officers, with the assistance of accredited citizens’ arms and civil society partners, shall endeavor to monitor every public rally or meeting held within their respective localities.  Monitoring checklists that are not duly accomplished under oath shall not be used as basis for any action by the Commission.Continuous monitoring and compliance check of campaign materials within their areas of responsibility. – The field officer shall take note of the various election propaganda posted by candidates and parties and where these materials are posted to determine compliance with the Fair Election Act/Republic Act No. 9006.  Should there be any election propaganda posted outside of the designated common poster areas, in the prohibited public places or on private property without the consent of the property owner, the field officer shall issue a notice to remove the said campaign materials, using Annex “D” as the template.  To facilitate this process, accredited citizens’ arms and civil society partners may assist in the monitoring and report non-compliant election propaganda to the field officer concerned.  Should the candidate or party fail to comply with the notice of removal within three (3) days from receipt thereof, the field officer shall note the quantity and description of the election propaganda and include the said information in their report to the Unit. In relation to the monitoring activity as described under (a), field officers shall submit to the Unit the accomplished and duly sworn monitoring checklists, together with the Statement of Expenses on Public Rally  of the candidate or party whose event was the subject of the monitoring checklists, within ten (10) working days after the holding of the public rally or meeting. In relation to the monitoring activity as described in (b), field officers must submit to the Unit their reports on candidates and parties who failed to remove their election propaganda despite notice, together with the quantity and description of the election propaganda, within ten (10) working days after confirming that the election propaganda has not been removed within the three (3) day period given to the candidate or party to do so.
  • Section 7. Report of Contributions. - Every person giving a contribution to anycandidate, treasurer of the party, or to the authorized representative of such candidateor party shall file with the Commission, through the Campaign Finance Unit, a Reportof Contributions, in triplicate, within thirty (30) days following the day of the election.[OEC, Sec.99]The Report of Contributions shall be filed with the offices of the Commission where thecandidate whom the contributor has made his contribution to had filed his certificate ofcandidacy except for national positions, which should be filed with the CampaignFinance Unit. For contributions made to parties, the contributor shall file his Report ofContributions with the Campaign Finance Unit.Failure to comply with this Section shall constitute an election offense under Section 99in relation to Section 262 of the Omnibus Election Code.Section 2. Form and Contents. - The Report of Contributions shall be under oath and inaccordance with the form prescribed by the Commission. (See Annex "A") [OEC, Sec 99. An incomplete report, or a report that does not contain all the required information, ordoes not conform to the prescribed form, shall be considered as not filed and shallsubject the contributor to the penalties prescribed by law. [.
  • Section 3. Exemption Erom Donor's Tax. - Any contribution in cash or in kind to anycandidate or party for campaign purposes, duly reported to the Commission, shall notbe subject to the payment of donors' tax. [RA 71'66, Sec. ].3, Paragraph 4]Section 4. tJnexpended Balance Subject to lncome Tax. - A^y unexpended balance fromany contribution to candidate or party shall be subject to income tax. [BIR RevenueRegulation No. 7-20111
  • Section 6. Prohibited solicitations or receiving of contributions. - No person or entity, public or private, shall solicit, or receive, directly or indirectly:Any contribution for purposes of partisan political activity, from any of the persons or entities enumerated in the immediately preceding section; [OEC, Sec. 95]Any aid or contribution of whatever form or nature from any foreign national, government or entity for the purpose of influencing the results of the elections; orAny gift, food, transportation, contribution or donation in cash or in kind from any candidate or from his campaign manager, agent or representative, or any person acting in their behalf within the second degree, of consanguinity or affinity, except normal and customary religious stipends, tithes or collections on Sundays and/or other designated collection days or scholarship. [OEC, Sec. 96]Failure to comply with this Section constitutes an election offense under Sections 95 and 96 in relation to Section 262 of the Omnibus Election Code.
  • Prohibited forms of raising funds. - It is unlawful for any person to hold dances, lotteries, cockfights, games, boxing bouts, bingo, beauty contests, entertainments or cinematographic, theatrical or other performances for the purpose of raising funds for an election campaign or for the support of any candidate from the commencement of the election period up to and including election day. [OEC, Sec. 97]
  • Section 8. Prohibited contributions by candidates. - No candidate, his or her spouse, or any relative within the second civil degree of consanguinity (up to grandparents, grandchildren, brothers and sisters) or affinity (up to grandparents-in-law, or grandchildren-in-law, brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law) or his campaign manager, agent or representative shall, during the campaign period, on the day before, and on the day of the election, directly or indirectly, make any donation, contribution or gift, in cash or in kind, or undertake or contribute to the construction or repair of roads, bridges, schoolhouses, puericulture centers, medical clinics and hospitals, churches or chapels, cement pavements or any structures for public use or for the use of any religious or civic organizations.The same prohibition applies to treasurers, agents or representatives of any party. [OEC, Sec. 104]Failure to comply with this Section constitutes an election offense under Section 104 in relation to Section 262 of the Omnibus Election Code.Section 9. Normal and customary dues or contributions. - Excluded from the prohibition are normal and customary religious dues or contributions, such as religious stipends, tithes or collections on Sundays or other designated collection days, as well as periodic payments for legitimate scholarships established and school contributions habitually made before the prohibited period. [OEC, Sec. 104, proviso]
  • Section 2. Coverage of the Expenses. – The expenses herein referred to shall include those incurred or caused to be incurred by the candidate, whether in cash or in kind, including the use, rental or hire of land, water or aircraft, equipment, facilities, apparatus and paraphernalia used in the campaign.If the foregoing are owned by the candidate, his contributor or supporter, and the use of which are given free of charge to the candidate, the candidate shall assess and declare the amount commensurate with the expenses for the use thereof, based on the prevailing rate in the locality and shall be included in the total expenses incurred by the candidate. [n]The Commission shall have the power to determine if the assessment is based on the prevailing rates in the locality and effect the necessary correction
  • Section 3. Lawful expenditures. - No candidate or treasurer of a party shall, directly or indirectly, make any expenditure except for the following purposes:For traveling expenses of the candidates and campaign personnel in the course of the campaign and for personal expenses incident thereto;For compensation of campaigners, clerks, stenographers, messengers, and other persons actually employed in the campaign;For telegraph and telephone tolls, internet access, postages, freight and express delivery charges;For stationery, printing and distribution of printed materials relative to the candidacy;For employment of watchers at the polls;For rent, maintenance and furnishing of campaign headquarters, office or place of meetings;For political meetings and rallies and the use of sound systems, lights and decorations during said meetings and rallies;For newspaper, radio, television and other advertisements for purposes of promoting the candidacy, including website or internet ad placements, subject to existing rules and regulations on the broadcast advertising.For employment of counsel;For copying and classifying lists of voters, investigating and challenging the right to vote of persons registered in the lists; andFor printing sample ballots in such color, size and maximum number as may be authorized by the Commission.Section 4. Persons authorized to incur election expenditures. - No person, except the candidate, the treasurer of the party, or any person authorized by such candidate or treasurer, shall make any expenditure in support of or in opposition to any candidate or the party. Such expenditures, if duly authorized, shall be considered as expenditure of such candidate or party. [OEC, Sec. 103, Par. 1]Section 5. Form and contents. – The authority to incur expenditures shall be in writing, a copy of which shall be furnished to the Campaign Finance Unit of the Commission. It shall be filed and signed by the candidate or the treasurer of the party, and shall state the expenditure so authorized and the full name and exact address of the person so designated. The prescribed form for this written authority is attached to these Rules as Annex "B". [OEC, Sec. 103, Par. 2]An incomplete written authority, or one that does not contain all the required information, or does not conform to the prescribed form, shall be considered as not filed and shall subject the candidates or party treasurers to the penalties prescribed by law. [n]Failure to comply with this Section constitutes an election offense under Section 103 in relation to Section 262 of the Omnibus Election Code.
  • Section 6. Notice of Public Rally. – Candidates and parties shall notify the election officer assigned to the place where they intend to organize a public rally of their intent to hold such rally. The notice must be submitted three (3) working days prior to the date thereof, and must include the venue and its address, as well as a commitment to submit a Statement of Expenses as provided for in the succeeding section. The prescribed form of the Notice of Public Rally is attached to these Rules as Annex “C”.Section 7. Statement of Expenses on Public Rally. - Within seven (7) working days after holding any public rally, the candidate or party concerned shall submit to the election officer assigned to the place where the rally was held a statement of expenses incurred in connection therewith. The statement of expenses incurred in connection with the public rally must conform to the prescribed form, which is attached to these Rules as Annex "D". [OEC, Sec. 88]An incomplete statement, or a statement that does not contain all the required information, or does not conform to the prescribed form, shall be considered as not filed and shall subject the candidates or party treasurers to the penalties prescribed by law. [n]Failure to comply with this Section constitutes an election offense under Section 88 in relation to Section 262 of the Omnibus Election Code.
  • Section 8. Campaign expenditures are subject to creditable withholding tax. – Campaign expenditures, whether paid for by candidates, parties, their authorized representatives or contributors, are subject to creditable income tax to be withheld by the payor from income payments made to election contractors, suppliers and other service providers.[BIR Revenue Regulation No. 2-98 as amended by BIR Revenue Regulation No. 8-2009]
  • Section 8. Initiation of Complaint. - Complaints for election offenses such as those listed above may be initiated motuproprio by the Commission through the Committee, or upon written complaint by any citizen of the Philippines, candidate, registered political party, coalition of political parties or organizations under the party-list system or any accredited citizens’ arms of the Commission.Section 9. MotuProprio Complaints. - In cases where field officers or Unit members personally witnessed the commission of election offenses, they shall report the same through the execution of a complaint affidavit and submit the said affidavit to the Unit.  If there is strong evidence to support a finding that an election offense has been committed, the Unit shall submit its findings, reports, and other documentary evidence to the Committee.  Should the Committee agree with the findings of the Unit, it shall refer the same to the Investigation and Prosecution Division of the Law Department for preliminary investigation and prosecution. [Complaint-Affidavit template attached to this Resolution as Annex “E“]Section 10. Form of Complaint and Where to File. - When not initiated motuproprio by the Commission, the complaint must be verified and supported by affidavits and/or any other evidence.  Complaints may be filed with the Law Department, with the offices of the Provincial Election Supervisor or the Regional Election Director assigned to the area where the election offense was committed, or with the COMELEC-DOJ Special Task Force as created by Resolution No. 9584.[Complaint-Affidavit template attached to this Resolution as Annex “E“]
  • Section 11. Evidence to Support Complaint. - In addition to the sworn affidavits of witnesses and other traditional forms of documentary evidence, this Commission shall also accept photographicand video evidence, subject to the following conditions:Still photographs taken with the use of a traditional film camera or a digital camera must be printed and attached to the complaint;Provided, that such photographs must be identified, explained and authenticated by the person who took the same through the execution of a sworn affidavit attesting to the circumstances under which he or she has taken the photographs.  [Sworn Affidavit template is attached to this Resolution as Annex “F“]For video recordings, the same must likewise be identified, explained and authenticated by the person who made the recording through the execution of a sworn affidavit to that effect.  [Sworn Affidavit template is attached to this Resolution as Annex “F“] The electronic file copies of the photographs or video recordings must be stored in a portable storage medium such as a compact disc and submitted together with the complaint.Section 12. Investigation amd Prosecution Procedure to be Adopted. - Whether initiated through a verified complaint or motuproprio, the Rule on Prosecution of Election Offenses or Rule 34 of the COMELEC Rules of Procedure shall apply.
  • Section 13. Deadline for Submission of Statement of Election Contributions and Expenditures. - For purposes of the 13 May 2013 National and Local Elections, the deadline for the submission of Statements of Contributions and Expenditures and its Annexes is hereby set on 13 June 2013, Thursday, at 5:00 p.m.Section 14. Procedure for Receiving of Campaign Finance Submissions. - Field officers are required to keep a receiving logbook, where the following information is to be recorded:Name of the person filing the campaign finance statements and reports ("filer");Relationship of the filer to the candidate or party;Contact information of the filer;Name of candidate or party;Date and time of receipt; andListing of documents received.At 5:01 p.m. of 13 June 2013, Thursday, the receiving logbook shall be closed and signed by the field officers concerned.  Field officers are not authorized to receive any campaign finance submissions from candidates and/or parties after the set deadline.  All late submissions must be made directly to the Unit at the COMELEC Main Office, Intramuros, Manila.The COMELEC field officer in charge of receiving the statements shall retain one (1) copy.  Of the remaining two (2) copies one shall be forwarded to the Unit together with the receiving logbook and the other to the Election Records and Statistics Department (ERSD).  These two (2) copies and the receiving logbook must be sent by the field officers on or before 5:00 p.m. of 21 June 2013, Friday.
  • Section 15. Issuance of Certification of Compliance. - Upon the submission of the Statement of Contributions and Expenditures and its Annexes, the candidate/party treasurer who filed the same may request for the issuance of a certification attesting to the receipt of the said documents by the receiving officer.  The COMELEC field officer issuing the Certificate of Compliance shall use Annex B-1 or B-2, depending on the requesting party.  Before releasing the Certificate of Compliance to the requesting party, the field officer shall reproduce one copy which will serve as the receiving copy, wherein he/she must note the name of the requesting party, the date and time when the requesting party had received the Certificate of Compliance.  The requesting party must then affix his/her signature on the receiving copy of the Certificate to acknowledge that he/she had received the original copy thereof.Should the election results already be available at the time the campaign finance disclosure statements and reports were being filed, the COMELEC field officer shall automatically issue a Certificate of Compliance to the winning candidates and their political parties upon their submission of the same, following the same procedure for releasing the Certificates of Compliance as described in the previous paragraph of this Section.The issuance of the Certificates of Compliance shall be free of charge for the first original copy.  Field officers are hereby authorized to charge a certification fee of One Hundred Pesos (PhP 100.00) per additional copy.
  • Section 16. Initial Compliance Check by the Unit of all Statements, reports, Schedules and other Disclosure Statements. - Upon receipt of the campaign finance disclosure statements and reports, the Unit shall check the submissions vis-à-vis the certified list of candidates, political parties, and party-list organizations that participated in the 2013 elections.  After identifying those candidates and parties that failed to file their statements, the Unit shall:Submit to the Committee the list of non-compliant candidates, political parties, and party-list organizations;Issue show cause orders to the said non-compliant candidates and parties requiring them to explain why they failed to submit their campaign finance disclosure statements;Recommend to the Committee the imposition of administrative fines and/or the filing of disqualification cases on non-compliant candidates and parties;Digitize all submitted disclosure statements and generate electronic copies thereof, which may be made available to the public through the COMELEC website.Provide electronic copies of all campaign finance disclosure reports and statements to the Bureau of Internal Revenue, the Anti-Money Laundering Council, the Office of the Ombudsman, and Commission on Audit.Section 17. Provision of Copies of Advertising Contracts or Broadcast Orders by EID to the Unit. - The Education and Information Department (EID) shall provide copies of the advertising contracts and/or broadcast orders received by it from mass media entities to the Unit within ten (10) days from the day of the election.
  • Section 18. Analysis of the Campaign Finance Disclosure Statements. - After the initial compliance check, the Unit shall analyze and determine the veracity of the contents of the various campaign finance disclosure reports and statements submitted to it as compared with other documents available to the Commission, such as the advertising contracts and/or broadcast orders and logs submitted to the EID by mass media entities.  Depending on the results of the preliminary analysis, the Unit shall:Recommend to the Committee the conduct of preliminary investigation on contractors, business firms, and contributors who failed to submit the required disclosure reports;Recommend to the Committee the issuance of letters of authority to conduct field inspections of the records of expenditures and contributions of candidates and/or parties whose disclosure statements contain discrepancies;Request the assistance of accredited citizens’ arms, civil society partners, and deputized law enforcement agencies to determine the veracity of the contents of the campaign finance disclosure statements.
  • Section 19. Enforcement of Resolution No. 9585, otherwise known as the Rules and Regulations Governing Ban on Public Works and Release, Disbursement and Expenditures of Public Funds, Construction of Public Works, Delivery of Materials for Public Works and Issuance of Treasury Warrants and Similar Devices in Connection with the 13 May 2013 Automated Synchronized National, Local and ARMM Elections. - The Unit, in coordination with the COMELEC field officers, shall receive and compile the lists of authorized public works projects to be submitted by the Secretary of Public Works and Highways, provincial governors, city/municipal mayors and punongbarangays in relation to national, provincial, city/municipal and barangay public works – as mandated by Section 3 of Resolution No. 9585.  As the custodian of the said lists, the Unit is hereby authorized to issue Certificates of Exception to parties who may request for them, upon payment of a certification fee of Five Hundred Pesos (PhP 500.00).  Before releasing the Certificate of Exception to the requesting party, the certifying officer shall reproduce one copy which will serve as the receiving copy, wherein he/she must note the name of the requesting party, the official receipt number and date the certification fee was paid, and the date when the requesting party had received the Certificate of Exception.  The requesting party must then affix his/her signature on the receiving copy of the Certificate to acknowledge that he/she had received the original copy thereof.
  • Section 20. Deputation of the Commission on Audit (COA) and Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) to conduct field audit/inspection. - Pursuant to the Commission’s visitorial power to inspect the records of contributions and expenditures together with all pertinent documents of candidates and parties, the Commission hereby deputizes the COA and the BIR to assist the Committee in the exercise of this power.  Before conducting a visit to the office of the candidate or party concerned, a letter of authority must be issued by the Committee informing the candidate or party of the Commission’s intent to inspect their records and who will be conducting the inspection.Section 21. Deputation of Law Enforcement Agencies to Assist in the Implementation of these General Instructions. - Pursuant to the deputation of the Department of the Interior and Local Government, the National Police Commission, the Philippine National Police and other Law Enforcement Agencies as embodied in Resolution No. 9571  promulgated by the Commission on 06 December 2012,  the said agencies are likewise directed to assist in the implementation of these General Instructions.Section 22. Deputation of the Anti-Money Laundering Council. - In anticipation of the increased economic activity that usually occur during every election, the Anti-Money Laundering Council is hereby deputized to monitor and ensure that proceeds from unlawful activities as enumerated in Section 3 (i) of Republic Act No. 9160 , as amended by Republic Act No. 9194, are not used to commit money laundering as defined in Section 4 of the same law, in the guise of campaign contributions and expenditures during the campaign period.
  • Comele finance regulations

    1. 1. Clean and ResponsibleFinancing ofCampaigningThe COMELEC Regulations onCampaign FinancingBy: Mr. Jun Dumaug
    2. 2. COMELECResolution No. 9616 GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CAMPAIGN FINANCE LAWS AS PROVIDED IN RESOLUTION NO. 9476 , AS AMENDED IN CONNECTION WITH THE 13 MAY 2013 NATIONAL AND LOCAL ELECTIONS AND ALL SUBSEQUENT ELECTIONS THEREAFTER Promulgated January 16, 2013
    3. 3. COMELEC Resolution No. 9476RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNINGCAMPAIGN FINANCE AND DISCLOSURE IN CONNECTION WITH THE 13 MAY2013 NATIONAL AND LOCAL ELECTIONS AND SUBSEQUENT ELECTIONS THEREAFTER Promulgated June 22, 2012
    4. 4. CONTRIBUTION Includes a gift, donation, subscription, loan, advance or deposit of money or anything of value, or a contract, promise or agreement to contribute, whether or not legally enforceable, made for the purpose of influencing the result of the elections, but shall not includeservices rendered without compensationby individuals volunteering a portion or all of their time in behalf of a candidate or party. It shall also include the use of facilities voluntarily donated by otherpersons, the money value of which can be assessed based on the rate prevailing in the area.
    5. 5. EXPENDITURE Includes the payment or delivery of money or anything of value, or a contract, promise or agreement to make expenditure, for thepurpose of influencing the results of the election. It shall also include the use of facilities personally owned by the candidate,the money value of the use of which can be assessed based on the rates prevailing in the area.
    6. 6. CAMPAIGN FINANCE UNIT
    7. 7. OFFICERS RESPONSIBLE CFU Senators, National Political Parties & Party Lists Regional Election Director, NCR Congressmen and Political Parties in NCR Regional Election Director, NCR Regional Political Parties Provincial Election Supervisor Congressmen, Local Officials and Parties in Provinces City Election Officer Congressmen, Local Officials and Parties in Cities Regional Election Director, ARMM Governor, Vice Governor and Parties in ARMM ARMM Provincial Election SupervisorRegional Legislative Assembly Members and Provincial Parties
    8. 8. DUTIES & FUNCTIONS1. Send written reminder 5 days after election of submission of campaign finance disclosure statements 2. Conduct price surveys 3. Monitor public rallies, meetings and gatherings4. Monitor and report to unit any activity, act or omission5. Coordinate with deputized agencies, accredited citizens’ arms and civil society partners6. Issues notice to remove campaign materials7. Receive financial disclosure documents8. Issue certificate of compliance9. Perform other functions ordered by the Commission through the Committee
    9. 9. Monitoring ActivitiesDuring Campaign Period1. Monitoring of Public Rallies and Meetings2. Continuousmonitoring andcompliance check ofcampaign materials
    10. 10. Report ofContribution30 days following the election
    11. 11. ExemptionFrom Donors TaxUnexpended Balance Subject toIncome Tax.
    12. 12. PROHIBITED CONTRIBUTIONPublic or Private Financial InstitutionNatural & Juridical persons operating a public utility or exploiting any natural resourcesNatural & Juridical persons who holds contracts with the Govt.Natural & Juridical persons granted franchises, incentives, etc by the govt.Natural & Juridical persons 1 year prior to the election was granted a loan in excess of P100T from the Govt.Educational Institutions which receive not less than P100T from the Govt.Officials & Employees of the Civil Service & AFPForeigners and foreign corporations
    13. 13. PROHIBITED SOLICITATIONS ORRECEIVING OF CONTRIBUTIONSAny contribution for purposes ofpartisan political activity, from any ofthose mentioned previouslyAny aid or contribution ofwhatever form or nature from anyforeigners for the purpose ofinfluencing the results of theelectionsAny gift, food, transportation,contribution or donation in cashor in kind from any candidate orfrom his campaign manage
    14. 14. PROHIBITED FORMS OF RAISING FUNDS Dances, lotteries, cockfights, games, boxing bouts, bingo, beauty contests, entertainments or cinematographic, theatrical or other performances from the commencement of the election period up to and including election day.
    15. 15. Prohibited contributions by candidates No candidate, his or her spouse, or any relative within the second civil degree of consanguinity (or his campaign manager, agent or representative shall directly or indirectly, make any donation, contribution or gift, in cash or in kind, or contribute to the construction or repair of roads, bridges, schoolhouses, etc.
    16. 16. COVERAGE OF THE EXPENSES The expenses herein referred to shall include those incurred or caused to be incurred by the candidate, whether in cash or in kind, including the use, rental or hire of land, water or aircraft, equipment, facilities, apparatus and paraphernalia used in the campaign.
    17. 17. LAWFUL EXPENSESTravelling ExpensesCompensation of campaign staffCommunication ExpensesPrinting & Distribution of MaterialsEmployment of WatchersRent & Maintenance of HQ, Office etc.Political Meetings & RalliesNewspaper, radio, TV advertisementsEmployment of counselCopying & classifying list of votersPrinting of sample ballot
    18. 18. PUBLIC RALLY Notice of Public Rally Intent be Submitted 3 working days prior the rallyStatement of Expenses on Public Rally Be submitted within 7 working days after the rally
    19. 19. Campaign expenditures are subject to creditablewithholding tax
    20. 20. ACCEPTANCE AND SUBMISSION OFADVERTISING CONTRACTS ANDREPORTINGWritten Acceptance of ElectionPropaganda MaterialsSubmission of Copies ofAdvertising Contracts
    21. 21. Who can be When deemed Unlawful Acts or Omissions liable unlawful Directly or indirectly aiding any candidate or political party, taking part in or influencing in Any foreigner, any manner any election, or contributing orA whether judicial Anytime making any expenditure in connection with or natural person any election campaign or partisan political activity. [OEC, Sec. 81 in relation to Sec. 262] Failing to notify the election officer concerned of any public rally that a party or During campaign period candidate intents to organize and hold in the and within seven (7) city or municipality and to submit within Any party orB working days after the seven (7) working days a statement of candidate conduct of the public expenses incurred in connection with the rally said public rally. [OEC, Sec. 88 in relation to Sec. 262] Giving or accepting free of charge, whether During the five (5) hours directly or indirectly, transportation, food, Any candidate, before and after a public drinks or things of value; and giving or party,C meeting, on the day contributing, whether directly or indirectly, organization or before the election, on money or things of value for such purpose. any person election day [OEC, Sec. 89 in relation to Sec. 262]
    22. 22. Who can be When deemed Unlawful Acts or Omissions liable unlawful Giving and receiving, whether directly or indirectly, contributions for purposes of Both theD political partisan activity by persons specified contributor/ donor Anytime under Section 95 of the OEC, in relation to Sec. & recipient/ donee 262 thereof. Soliciting and receiving, whether directly or indirectly, any aid or contribution of whatever Any person, form or nature from foreign sources from any including politicalE Anytime foreign national, government or entity for parties, public or purposes of influencing the results of the private entities election. [OEC, Sec. 96 in relation to Sec. 262] Holding of dances, lotteries, cockfights, games, boxing bouts, bingo, beauty contests, From start of the entertainments or cinematographic, theatrical election period up toF or other performances for the purpose of Any Person and including election raising funds for an election campaign or for day the support of any candidate. [OEC, Sec. 97 in relation to Sec. 262]
    23. 23. Who can be When deemed Unlawful Acts or Omissions liable unlawful Directly or indirectly soliciting and/or accepting from any candidate for public officer, or from his/her campaign manager, Any person or From start of the agent or representative, or any person acting organization, election period upG in their behalf, any gift, food, transportation, whether civic or to and including contribution or donation in cash or in kind, religious election day subject to certain exceptions under Section 97 of the OEC, in relation to Sec. 262 thereof. Making of any contribution under another name other than the contributor’s own name Contributor and/ or or receiving a contribution and entering orH recipient candidate Anytime recording the same in any name other than or party treasurer that of the person by whom it was made. [OEC, Sec. 98in relation to Sec. 262] Failing to file a report under oath of Any person giving contributions within thirty (30) days after the contributions to any After the lapse of day of the elections, stating the amount of candidate, party thirty (30) days fromI each contribution, the name of the candidate, treasurer or the day of the agent of the candidate or party receiving the authorized elections contribution and the date of the contribution. representative of [OEC, Sec. 99 in relation to Sec. 262] candidate/party
    24. 24. When deemed Unlawful Acts or Omissions Who can be liable unlawful Exceeding the aggregate amount that may be spent for election campaigns according to the When Candidates andJ rates provided by Section 13 of Republic Act No. expenditure parties 7166, and made unlawful by Sections limit is exceeded 100 and 101 in relation to Sec. 262 of the OEC. Making any expenditure, whether directly or Candidate or party DuringK indirectly, for purposes other than those provided treasurer campaign period under Section 102 of the OEC. Making any expenditure in support of or in opposition to any candidate or party without DuringL written authority to do so by the candidate or Any person campaign period party, a copy of which shall be furnished the Commission. [OEC, Sec. 103 in relation to Sec. 262 Giving, directly or indirectly, any donation, Candidates, his or contribution or gift in cash or in kind, undertaking her spouse or any During or contributing to the construction or repair of relative within the campaign roads, bridges, school houses, puericulture second civil degree of period, on theM centers, medical clinics and hospitals, churches or consanguinity or day before chapels, cement pavements or any structure for affinity, or his/her election, and on public use or for the use of any religious or civic campaign manager, election day organization, with certain exceptions agent or underSection 104 of the OEC. representative
    25. 25. Who can be When deemed Unlawful Acts or Omissions liable unlawful Use of public funds, money deposited in trust, equipment, facilities owned or controlled by the(n) government for any election campaign or for any Any person Anytime partisan political activity as enumerated and specified in Sec. 261 (o) of the OEC. Release, disbursement or expenditure of public funds Any public Forty-five (45) by any public official or employee including barangay official or days before a officials and those of government-owned or controlled employee regular election(o) corporations and their subsidiaries for any and all (including those or thirty (30) kinds of public works, subject to certain exemptions as of GOCCs & their days before a provided by Sec. 261 (v) of the OEC, as implemented subsidiaries), special election by Resolution No. 9585. barangay officials Undertaking to construct or the construction of public works, delivery of materials for public works or Forty-five (45) issuance of treasury warrants or any device days before a undertaking future delivery of money, goods or other regular election(p) things of value chargeable against public funds, which Any person or thirty (30) are unlawful acts punishable as election offenses days before a under Sec. 261(w) of the OEC, but subject to certain special election exemptions provided under Section 261 (v) thereof, as implemented by Resolution No. 9585.
    26. 26. FILING OF COMPLAINTSINITIATION OF COMPLAINTS Commission or any Citizen or Political Party File to the Provincial Election Supervisor or Regional Election DirectorMOTU PROPIO COMPLAINTS Election Field Officers or CFU witnessed the offense Affidavit complaint filed directly to the Unit
    27. 27. EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT COMPLAINTS STILL PHOTOGRAPHS Traditional or Digital Camera VIDEO RECORDINGS Attached to the Complaint Sworn Statement of Authenticity Must be stored in Portable Storage Medium Rule on Prosecution of Election Offenses of the COMELEC Rules of Procedures shall apply
    28. 28. DEADLINE Submission of Statement of Contributions & Expenditures5:00 PM, Thursday, June 13, 2013
    29. 29. CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE
    30. 30. INITIAL COMPLIANCE CHECKSubmit Names of the Non-CompliantIssue Cause Orders to theNon-CompliantRecommend Imposition offines and file disqualificationDigitize all disclosureopen to the publicProvide copies to the BIR,AMLC, Ombudsman & COA
    31. 31. ANALYSIS OF THEDISCLOSURES
    32. 32. ENFORCEMENT OFRULES GOVERNING BAN ON PUBLIC WORKS
    33. 33. DEPUTATIONCOA & BIR to conduct fieldaudit and inspectionLaw Enforcement Agenciesin Implementing thisResolutionAMLC (Anti-MoneyLaundering Council
    34. 34. COMELEC RESOLUTION NO. 9558 1st Offense 2nd OffensePresident 30,000.00 60,000.00Vice President 30,000.00 60,000.00Senators 30,000.00 60,000.00Governors and Vice Governor 25,000.00 50,000.00House of Representatives - Legislative Districts 20,000.00 40,000.00House of Representatives - Party list System 30,000.00 60,000.00Local Political Parties 20,000.00 40,000.00Regional Political Parties 25,000.00 50,000.00National Political Parties 30,000.00 60,000.00Sangguniang Panlalawigan 20,000.00 40,000.00City Mayors 20,000.00 40,000.00City Vice Mayors 20,000.00 40,000.00Sangguniang Panglunsod 15,000.00 30,000.00Municipal Mayors 10,000.00 20,000.00Municipal Vice Mayors 10,000.00 20,000.00Sangguniang Bayan 10,000.00 20,000.00
    35. 35. THANK YOU!

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