PHILIPPINE EMBASSY CONDUCTS CONSULAR OUTREACH AND OVERSEAS VOTER REGISTRATION IN BALI20 October 2015 – As part of the Embassy’s campaign to reach out to Filipinos throughout Indonesia, a team composed of Ambassador Maria Lumen Isleta, Second Secretary and Consul Jed Llona, and Mr. Ricardo Bantolo conducted consular outreach and mobile overseas voting registration at the Lollypop School in Bali. The Embassy team was assisted by Bali Filcom leaders Patrick Asistio, Grace Tarjoto and Nerissa Garrido.Since the start of overseas voter registration in May 2014, the Embassy has conducted mobile voter registrations in Surabaya, Bandung, Tangerang, Bekasi, Bali, Batam, Medan, Solo, Semarang and various schools, companies, and churches in Jakarta. An upcoming mobile registration is scheduled in Batam from 24 to 25 October. END
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Consul Jed Llona and Mr. Ricardo Bantolo process passport applications and overseas voting registrations in Bali on 17 October.
Ambassador Isleta (seated, 10th from left) and the Filipino Community in Bali pose for a photo opportunity
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Registration of NationalsFilipino citizens working/ residing in Indonesia are invited to register at the Embassy. for form
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