Po­lice: No hot spots in An­ge­les City

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AN­GE­LES CITY — A po­lice of­fi­cial said on Wed­nes­day that there are no elec­tion hot spots in this highly-ur­ban­ized city.

Po­lice Cap­tain Elaine Vil­la­sis, pub­lic in­for­ma­tion of­fi­cer of the An­ge­les City Po­lice Of­fice, dis­closed this dur­ing the Talk Widus fo­rum hosted by the Pam­panga Press Club in co­op­er­a­tion with Widus Hotel and Casino inside the Clark have 578 po­lice­men work­ing in An­ge­les alone. So far, three year con­tin­u­ous na wala pong mga crimes na elec­tion­re­lated. Peace­ful na­man po sa (It’s peace­ful in) An­ge­les City,” Vil­la­sis sai d.

The city po­lice, in con­nec­tion with the na­tional and lo­cal elec­tions, re­cently con­ducted “Op­er­a­tion Bak­las” to rid the city of illegal cam­paign ma­te­ri­als es­pe­cially over­sized­posters. Vil­la­sis ad­mit­ted that they failed to con­fis­cate some posters placed in pri­vate prop­er­ties and high build­ings.

She how­ever said that the Com­mis­sion on Elec­tions in the city has no­ti­fied and warned the con­cerned can­di­dates.

Lo­cal can­di­dates who failed to re­move their illegal cam­paign ma­te­ri­als will face charges for vi­o­la­tion of the Fair Elec­tions Act, Vil­la­sis added.

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