Syria has traditionally been one of the region’s top employment destinations for Filipinos due to the abundance of job opportunities, particularly in domestic labor and service sectors. Nonetheless, despite their distance from home, Filipinos in Syria are among the most politically active immigrants. As a result, many of them are keen to find out if they will be eligible to vote in the 2022 elections. To begin, look for your name on the list of certified overseas voters (CLOV) on the websites of the Philippine Foreign Posts.
The Philippine Embassy in Syria has already made the overseas voters’ list available to our kababayans as the Philippines prepares for elections. In this election, the most recent list of certified overseas voters (CLOV) will be utilized. This document may be used to calculate the number of registered voters in a certain area.
Philippine Elections 2022: List of Registered Filipino OFW Voters in Syria
In the near future, the Philippines will conduct presidential elections (but sooner for overseas absentee voters). And right now, everyone is arguing whether or not to vote for different persons based on their goals and points of view, which are broadcast via various platforms and media.
One of the things you’ll need to go at is the list of certified foreign voters to check if you’re eligible to vote in the next elections. The good news is that it is a straightforward operation.
To ensure a seamless and trouble-free election experience this year, Filipinos residing in other countries, such as Syria, should be made informed of the abroad voting system. This page will help you prepare for the election by offering access to the CLOV and other OAV-related resources.
Certified List of Overseas Voters in Damascus
Filipinos living abroad who have registered to vote in the elections can seek help from Philippine diplomatic missions. The Philippine embassy will provide citizens with information on how to vote in the upcoming elections. Before voting in the Philippine national elections from Syria, make sure your name is on the country’s list of certified overseas voters (CLOV).
By visiting their website or phoning their office, the Philippine embassy can offer you with the most up-to-date information and help on national elections and overseas voting in your host country. Click on the link below to find out who has registered to vote in the 2022 Philippine national elections from Syria.
- Land-based Overseas Filipino Voters in Syria: https://comelec.gov.ph/php-tpls-attachments/OverseasVoting/2022NLE/CLOV/MIDAF/DAMASCUS.pdf
Please contact the country’s embassy if you are a Filipino resident in Syria and need assistance with the overseas voting procedure or authenticating your information on the CLOV. Despite its length, the list is alphabetically organized to facilitate navigation. COMELEC officials may also add comments or notes to the list. To confirm your voter’s details from the list, use the quick shortcut offered in the next section.
Tip: Use CTRL + F to avoid having to scroll through a long list of names. There will be a search box on the file where you may input your last name to see if your data is included. Because the document is case-sensitive, double-check that your name is spelled correctly and that the field contains no additional spaces or characters.
You will be able to vote in the Philippine presidential elections in 2022 if your name appears on the country’s list of certified overseas voters. From April 27 to May 9, overseas voters in Syria can vote through overseas absentee voting (OAV).
Question: What if I’m not on the list, can I still vote?
Those who have not registered will not be allowed to vote in future elections. Those who are unable to vote this year must register to vote in future elections once the current election cycle ends. If you follow this simple registration guide, you may vote in Syria or from anywhere in the globe.
How to Find your name in the list of overseas voters?
The list of registered overseas voters is available in PDF format on the diplomatic mission of the Philippines in Syria’s website. This is a complete list of everything you’ll need to vote from abroad.
What does it mean if my name is included in the list of Overseas Voters?
This indicates that you have registered to vote and will be able to vote in the coming elections.
What if my name is not on the list of registered voters?
You will, unfortunately, be unable to vote in the Philippines’ national elections in 2022. You must register to vote before the following election cycle if you wish to vote in future elections.
I registered as an overseas absentee voter in 2013 and I was able to vote in the 2013 and 2016 National Elections but was unable to vote in 2019 National Elections. Do I still need to apply for certification to vote abroad?
Your name will be added to the national voter list as well as the National Registry of Overseas Voters. However, if you do not vote in your host country in 2022, your name will be removed from both lists.
I registered as an overseas voter in 2019 but I know I will be in the Philippines come May 2022. Can I vote in the 2022 elections in the Philippines?
Yes, but you must also submit a Letter of Request for Registration Transfer from your host country’s embassy or consulate in Manila to the COMELEC-OFOV.
When will the list of certified absentee voters in Syria be released?
The Commission on Elections (COMELEC) will provide a list of confirmed overseas voters to various diplomatic embassies across the world within 120 days of the formal election campaign period.
The news was announced in an official statement by the COMELEC: “Preparation and Posting of Certified List of Overseas Absentee Voters. – The Commission shall prepare the Certified List of Overseas Absentee Voters within one hundred twenty (120) days before every election, and furnish within the same period copies thereof to the appropriate embassies, consulates, and other foreign service establishments, which shall post the same in their bulletin boards within ten (10) days from receipt thereof.”
Reminders When Voting During PH Elections
Citizens’ votes are important to the government because they allow Filipinos from all over the world to participate in the country’s political and social affairs. The ideal candidate will be able to effectively lead the country through its current challenges while also conveying a favorable image of Filipinos around the world.
Remember To Vote Wisely
There will be a lot riding on future elections. Furthermore, the significance of votes cast by Filipinos living in other countries cannot be emphasized. Over a million Filipinos have emigrated to live or work in other nations. Their revenues help to drive the Philippine economy forward.
Despite the small Filipino population in Syria, Filipinos in Damascus and other parts of the nation are united by links to their motherland, family, and similar experiences of living abroad for decades or more.
Because the great majority of these people work, they have a say in how their families are managed. As a result, every vote cast by a Filipino living abroad matters; make sure yours is one of them.
We just have a few weeks till Election Day to prepare for the new leaders who will steer our country toward a more progressive path.
Many people are amazed by the number of people who have shown their competence to lead the country, as well as the existence of questionable candidates claiming to be “the one” – but isn’t this true in every election?
As a result, your vote will be critical in picking a president who possesses the qualities and abilities necessary to lead the country through these trying times.
It would be ideal to have a leader who can solve the country’s present issues while projecting a favorable image to the rest of the globe.
To fulfill its goals, the country will need leaders who are committed to democracy and freedom. It is vital that we all work together to build the country when picking leaders for future elections. Let us utilize our collective strength, as evidenced by our votes, to better our home country, the Philippines, no matter where we are in the world.
This is the only way our country will experience the unity the people are looking for in a leader. The truth is, with our rights to vote, we can raise all of our voices in unity to decide who should lead our nation back to glory, and the path all of its citizens deserves.
So, depending on the much-needed review of your host country’s CLOV, are you eligible to vote in the upcoming elections? How did you find the procedure of double-checking your information on the list? Were there any difficulties or challenges, and did you report this to the Philippine diplomatic post in your country? Please leave us a comment and tell us what you think.
Embassy of Philippines in Damascus, Syria
ADDRESS: Hamzeh bin Al Mutaleb St., 56 West Mezzeh Area Damascus Syria
PHONE LOCAL: (011) 611.5893
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