Tatak Botante, in cooperation with the National Alliance of Youth Leaders and COMELEC, in partnership with ClickTheCity, DZUP, Philippine Collegian, and WHENINMANILA.COM, and also brought to you by UP Paralegal Society and UP Broadcasters Guild, invites all Filipino citizens to advocate for a clean and honest National and Local Elections this coming May 2016.
The Anti-Epal Photo Contest is part of Tatak Botante’s advocacy campaign on voters’ education and electoral reform. It takes good advantage of social media as a powerful platform to expose public officials who are “epal”, a term that originated from the Filipino word “mapapel” which is synonymous to “attention-grabbers” in English; generally, those public officials who post personal campaign paraphernalia in government projects fully-funded by taxpayers’ money and solicit sole credit for these undeservingly.
Refer here for Mechanics: tiny.cc/ANTIEPAL_MECH
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SUBMISSION PERIOD: April 9 (12:00 AM) – April 17 (11:59 PM)
VIEWING & LIKING PERIOD: April 18 (9:00 PM) – April 29 (11:59 PM)
Submit your entries and show the whole country how you feel about these epal public officials! #AyokoSaEpal
Maging Matalino, Matalas, Malaya! #BeBotante
#PiliPinas #EleksyonPH #VotePH