Ex-Baguio registrar of deeds gets 8-year jail term for graft

>> Monday, January 21, 2019


By Perfecto Raymundo, Jr. 

BAGUIO CITY -- The Sandiganbayan has sentenced a former register of deeds of Baguio City to eight years imprisonment after being found guilty of graft over an illegal land transaction in 2010.
The Sandiganbayan 1st Division, in a decision dated Jan. 11, 2019, ordered former Baguio City Register of Deeds Juanito Ampaguey to be perpetually disqualified from holding public office.
“Moreover, pursuant to Article 100 of the Revised Penal Code, accused Ampaguey is held liable to pay the private complainant, Dick Lee Ong, P188,366 or the amount of the legal expenses in recovering the subject property,” the anti-graft court said in its ruling.
Court records showed that Ampaguey was arraigned on July 28, 2016 and pleaded not guilty.
The Office of the Ombudsman charged Ampaguey with graft for allegedly cancelling on April 14, 2010 Ong's transfer certificate of title No. T-62576 for a parcel of land in Baguio City, consisting of 755 square meters, by issuing TCT No. 018-2010001035 in favor of spouses Ferdinand and Rhighina Samidan, without requiring the owner's duplicate copy of TCT No. T-62576 or a court order.
An administrative case for grave misconduct was also filed against Ampaguey at the Land Registration Authority (LRA).
The LRA, in a resolution dated Aug. 31, 2012, found him guilty of grave misconduct and imposed a penalty of dismissal from the service.
In the civil case, the Baguio City Regional Trial Court Branch 61, in its decision dated May 18, 2015 ruled for the declaration of nullity of transfer certificate of title No. T-018-20110001035 of the Baguio City Registry of Deeds.
The Sandiganbayan noted that the prosecution was able to present receipts to establish the legal expenses or the amount spent for recovering the property of Ong.
“In his Counter Affidavit dated April 13, 2012 and received by the Ombudsman on April 24, 2012, he [Ampaguey] admitted allowing the issuance TCT No. 018-201000010135 and cancelling TCT No. 62576 without being presented the necessary requirement of an Owner's Duplicate Copy,” the anti-graft court said.
“No proof of the market value of the property was presented. Market value of the property could have been determined through the tax declaration of the property, for example, or an appraisal report from any appraiser. But, none of these were presented,” the Sandiganbayan said. -- PNA

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2 assassins jailed; PNP, Comelec set Abra secu


By Pamela Mariz Geminiano

BANGUED, Abra -- The Abra Provincial Police Office will reactivate the “Abra Shield” special group within the PPO to implement security plans as the Commission on Elections is considering the province's inclusion in the 2019 poll area of concern list.
 “Abra Shield' will be tasked to conduct strategic anti-criminality operations, and neutralize criminal groups carrying loose firearms during the election period in the province,” said Police Senior Supt. Caesar Tannagan, Abra Provincial director, in an interview on Thursday.
Cordillera police earlier nabbed two alleged members of a gun-for-hire group during a raid on a house in Abra, seizing several firearms and ammunition.
Police Regional Office Cordillera regional director, Chief Supt. Rolando Nana, identified the suspects as Jeremy Navarette Pinera and Oliver Virgo Sotelo. Both are now in jail.
In a telephone interview, Nana said the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group personnel in Cordillera served the search warrant at Pinera's house in Barangay Arab, Pidigan town in Abra on Jan. 9.
 The two suspects reportedly belong to the “Jeremy” group which is involved in gun-for-hire activities and gun running activities in Abra, Nana said.
 Authorities seized from the two men several firearms and ammunition including a hand grenade, a caliber .22 revolver without serial number, a .38-caliber revolver without serial number, eight live ammunition for caliber .22 revolver, and one improvised caliber 5.56-millimeter pistol.
 Nana said the two suspects are now facing charges for illegal possession firearms and explosives raps.
 In an earlier interview, Nana said they are closely monitoring the possible resurgence of three private armed groups in Abra province -- one of the areas of concern in the region.
Last week, a shooting incident was reported in Lagayan town between two political groups in Abra which Nana said, is being investigated.
Meanwhile, Abra Shield was formed several years ago and reactivated every poll season as a special team that maintains security, and peace and order in the province through special operations on strategic anti-criminality, neutralization of criminal groups and confiscation of loose firearms during the election period.
The special PNP group will also be tasked to conduct checkpoints in the whole province.
During the Joint Regional Security Coordinating Council meeting on Jan. 10 in Baguio, Comelec Cordillera Regional Director Julius Torres said they are considering to include Abra as an area of concern.
"Although the election is very dynamic, we are not discounting the fact that Abra can still be included as an area of concern, but we still need further assessment,” he said.
Last week, a shooting incident was reported in Lagayan between two political groups which prompted the provincial police to deploy a mobile force company to secure the five barangays of the municipality.
 "The situation in Lagayan town is manageable, I was already able to talk to both parties, and I am acknowledging the recommendation of the AFP (Armed Forces of the Philippines)," he said.
“We are doing a lot of preparations for the midterm elections in Abra," Tannagan said.
The provincial director said they will also facilitate the signing of covenants or manifesto among political parties to have a peaceful and orderly conduct of 2019 midterm elections. -- PNA


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Sandigan refuses to suspend former Ilocos mayor’s case


CABUGAO, Ilocos Sur -- The Sandiganbayan Third Division refused to suspend the proceedings in the case of former Cabugao mayor Diocesar Suero in connection with the alleged overpayment of a farm-to-market road project in 2010.
Suero filed a petition for certiorari before the Supreme Court on Jan. 2, 2018 asking the Sandiganbayan to suspend the proceedings until a resolution has been reached.
It was initially dismissed on Jan. 24, 2018, but the SC reinstated the petition in a resolution dated June 25, 2018.
In his petition, Suero prayed for a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction.
It challenged the Sandiganbayan’s decision denying his motion to dismiss.
He reasoned that the suspension of the proceedings is “for the sake of judicial courtesy” and “to avoid a judicial crisis.”
Despite his bid to suspend the proceedings, the anti-graft court said no as it highlighted Section 7 of Rule 65 of the Rules of Court. It said that “the public respondent shall proceed with the principal case within 10 days from the filing of a petition for certiorari with a higher court or tribunal, absent a temporary restraining order or a preliminary injunction, or upon its expiration.”
Since the SC did not issue a TRO or preliminary injunction, the Sandiganbayan said it is “mandatorily directed to proceed accordingly.”
“It should be emphasized that the precept of judicial courtesy should not be applied indiscriminately and haphazardly if we are to maintain the relevance of Section 7, Rule 65 of the Rules of Court,” the court ruled. “The observance of judicial courtesy has consistently been frowned upon. Hence, its non-application is treated as the rule.”
The four-page resolution is penned by Associate Justice Bernelito Fernandez with the concurrence of Presiding Justice Amparo Cabotaje-Tang and Associate Justice Sarah Jane Fernandez.
Suero was accused of graft for conspiring with Nesto Ibarra and giving preference to the latter’s company – N.A. Ibarra Construction – in the construction of the farm-to-market road project for the municipality.
Suero reportedly released the amount of P516,715.14 to Ibarra even though the project was deemed incomplete by the Commission on Audit (CoA), therefore “resulting to overpayment in the aforesaid amount, in violation of pertinent laws, government auditing and accounting rules and regulations.”
As for the malversation charge, Suero and Ibarra were accused together with Jose Suboc, municipal engineer, and Florante Jara, municipal planning and development coordinator.
The four of them reportedly conspired in falsifying the Certificate of Work Accomplished, Certificate of Services Rendered, and Certificate of Project Completion in connection with the road project.
As a result, they disbursed a total of P926,650.66 and made it appear as if the project was 100 percent completed even though it wasn’t.

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Itogon Minahang Bayan set to open


By Karlston Lapniten 

LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – Small-scale mining activities may soon resume in the gold-rich town of Itogon in this province after the Provincial Mining and Regulatory Board signed the declaration of a Minahang Bayan (People’s Small-scale Mining Area) in a Tuesday evening (Jan. 15) meeting at the Capitol here.
The PMRB’s maiden resolution this year formally opened 64.6486 hectares, mostly owned by giant mining company Benguet Corp, in Barangay Loacan for mining contract applications.
Mining contracts approved by the PMRB gives pocket mining associations the right to extract mineral ores for commercial purposes on regulated conditions.
The 5-man PMRB pronounced the declaration immediately last December after receiving an undated memorandum from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources giving clearance to the area.
However, it was only signed into paper on Tuesday with provisions to ensure contract applications from associations with existing operations in the area will be prioritized, said Mines and Geosciences Bureau – Cordillera chief Fay Apil, who chairs the PMRB.
Small-scale mining sector representative Lomino Kaniteng, president of the Benguet Federation of Small Scale Miners, said there are four associations within the declared area aside from Loacan Itogon Pocket Miners Association (LIPMA), who vied for its conversion into Minahang Bayan.
Of the total area, 56.2072 hectares are patented mining claims of Benguet Corporation, who consented to the Minahang Bayan conversion.
Gov. Crescensio Pacalso, who co-chairs the PMRB, tasked the technical working group  to finalize the drafted guidelines on processing contract applications, ready for approval next week.
“Miners are eager to get their livelihood back but we need to follow the legal processes to avoid problems in the future,” Pacalso said.
He asked miners to “extend a little patience” and continue to abide by the Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu’s order to close all small scale mining activities in the Cordillera last September 2018.
Cimatu’s declaration came at the wake of the tragic landslide that buried 64 individuals, mostly pocket miners, in the now infamous sitio 070 in Ucab barangay, Itogon.
The 64.6486-hectare parcel is the second Minahang Bayan application in the region given green light by the DENR.
Petitioned in 2004, DENR gave clearance to a Minahang Bayan application in barangay Gambang, in Bakun town, also in Benguet, last June 2018.
However, residents in the area are split regarding small-scale mining with well-organized associations to pursue the Minahang Bayan, said Engr. Joseph Cervantes of the PMRB Technical Working Group.
TWG member Santiago Bugnosen said they will submit next week to the Office of the DENR Secretary the application for Minahang Bayan of the Benguet Federation of Small-scale Miners Inc. for final clearance.
Once cleared, the 8-parcel areas, spanning an aggregated 4,420 hectares in seven barangays in Itogon and one in Tuba, will also be opened for mining contract applications.
El Dorado of the North
Pocket mining is major industry in the Benguet towns of Itogon and Mankayan.
Prior to the stoppage order, pocket mining in Benguet, mostly in search for gold, operated illegally but was tolerated for many years by local authorities.
“It’s an open secret if one puts it because it has been our livelihood since the governing law became law. Stopping (small-scale mining) also means starving us to death and taking away education for our children,” said Kaniteng.
There were only 12 mining groups operating under Temporary Small-Scale Mining Certificates (TSSMC) using provisions of Presidential Decree 1899, but were also covered by the stoppage order.
Kaniteng said the Benguet Federation of Small Scale Miners have over 80 association members with more than 30,000 miners.
The PMRB allowed miners to process gold ores extracted before the stoppage order until December. Kaniteng said several associations are seeking for extension as they have not yet exhausted their stockpile.
Before the crackdown, some 50 kilograms of gold are sold in Baguio City each week, mostly to black-market dealers. A huge bullion comes from Itogon tunnels where 53 associations operate.
Gold traders buy a gram of high quality gold for P1,500, while low purity gold can be sold for P900. Annually, these transactions could sum up to at least P2 billion.
While Kaniteng added miners prefer the black market because of transactions are less complicated and they are paid cash, some started to sell to the government through the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP).
Part of the conditions in a Minahang Bayan is to sell extracted mineral to the BSP.


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Pols told: No bodyguards in Apayao CARAA


By Pamela Mariz Geminiano 

APAYAO Gov. Elias Bulut Jr. urged politicians not to bring armed security escorts during the Cordillera Administrative Region Athletic Association meet from Feb. 27 to March 5 in the province. 
“My province is very peaceful. Pero kahit na peaceful ang lugar namin, ayaw namin na may magdadala ng gulo (But even if our place is peaceful, we do not want anybody to bring with them any peace and order problem),” Bulut said.
"Everyone is invited. However, they need to adhere to the prescribed rules and regulations in the conduct of the activities to ensure orderliness and prevent the unnecessary interruption while the events are ongoing," the governor said.
Dept. of Education Secretary Leonor Briones is expected to grace the CARAA meet as a guest speaker.
“We have scheduled the opening program in the morning because we know that Secretary Briones does not stay up late,” Georaloy Palao-ay of the DepEd-CAR public affairs division and deputy regional sports coordinator said in a phone interview.
He said the organizing committee also prepared a short and simple opening program on Feb. 27, focusing on the province’s culture, people and the place.
He said Briones will be accompanied by other DepEd officials to visit the schools in the province.
Palao-ay added that based on initial information, Briones will also visit Kalinga schools, after Apayao.
Apayao will host the CARAA for the second time since the region’s grassroots sports event was organized 30 years ago. It first hosted the event in 2013.
Gov. Bulut Jr. during the Kapihan sa Baguio which featured the 2019 CARAA said Apayao’s tag in the 80s as heavily infested with New People’s Army rebels has been deleted for good.
“This is our way of showing that Apayao is a peaceful place and venue for events as well as a possible host to businesses,” Bulut said.
Bulut said Apayao was struck by both Typhoons Ompong and Rosita on the last quarter of 2018 but they were able to cope with the preparation with DepEd’s immediate release of the PHP50-million quick response fund.
Last week, Provincial Administrator Vincent Talattag said they are now 80 percent in the preparation and will be 95 percent by end of January.
The tartan rubber track for the athletics events is currently being installed for the sports event. 
The Barangay Peacekeeping Action Teams (BPATs) will play an important role in giving security, safety, and comfort to the almost 7,000 delegates to the CARAA meet in Apayao, a police official said Wednesday.
“They will be assigned with the police in all places of engagement -- billeting, venues, eco-tourism attraction -- during the week-long sports event with the other trained uniformed and non-uniformed personnel,” Supt. Jefferson Cariaga, Apayao Police Provincial Office’s deputy director for administration, said during the weekly Kapihan sa Baguio.
Cariaga said like the police, the BPAT members or the force multipliers have undergone training.
"We have provided capability-building courses for our force multipliers for the upcoming hosting of CARAA. They will have a significant role in ensuring the safety of our athletes, coaches and their families," he added.
Cariaga said the training given to the force multipliers is the same as that provided to members of the Provincial Police Mobile Force and newly-hired policemen, who have been assigned to the province.
“They have received training so they can be highly mobilized,” he added.
Cariaga added that barangay watchmen in four towns in Apayao -- Flora, Sta. Marcela, Pudtol and Luna -- are highly mobile as the provincial government earlier provided them with patrol vehicles.
Immediately after the 2018 CARAA, Apayao volunteered to the Department of Education-Cordillera to host this year’s event.
Cariaga said that despite Apayao’s low crime rate, the training and security preparations are necessary to deter crimes, to which big events are susceptible.
He said Apayao does not have any peace and order issue, not even political matters that could cause possible concerns.
“The province of Apayao is the most peaceful province next to Batanes. The province also holds the lowest crime volume in the Cordillera,” Cariaga said.
Aside from the force multipliers, Cariaga said the provincial police requested augmentation from the Police Regional Office at Camp Dangwa and from the Philippine National Police support units in Apayao. -- PNA

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DepEd sets Jan 26 to Feb 4 enrolment sked


BAGUIO CITY -- The Dept. of Education in the Cordillera Administrative Region on Tuesday urged parents to enroll their children early, to allow the department to properly prepare for the opening of classes for school year 2019-2020.
“This will give the school administration and the teachers an idea what to prepare so that children will immediately start their lessons on the first day of classes in June,” DepEd-CAR Public Affairs Officer Georaloy Palao-ay said.
He added early registration this year will start from January 26 up to February 22 in all public schools in the country. Enrolment can be done Monday until Saturday.
Palao-ay said early registration will be for incoming kindergarten pupils or those children who are 5 years old by June 1 and for incoming Grade 7 and Grade 11 students.
He called on parents and guardians of incoming kindergarten pupils to avail of the early registration, not only for their convenience and avoid the rush of the peak enrolment season but also to help the DepEd.
“That is why we are telling our stakeholders, the parents that if their children are incoming Kinder, they should avail of the early registration so that we would know what to prepare for the school opening in June,” he said.
“We have yet to establish a record for the kinder because it will be the first time that they will enter the formal education level. It will help a lot if the schools will have an idea how many they are expecting during the opening of classes,” he added.
Palao-ay said in the years of implementing the early registration, more parents are seen adhering to the call to have their children registered early.
DepEd Cordillera record shows that for school year 2018-2019, Cordillera has a total of 420,907 students from kinder to grade 12, with 352,519 enrolled in public schools and 68,388 in private schools.
The DepEd in the region is still studying the trend in enrolment population of students. (PNA)

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UN execs grateful to Cordi support vs DOJ terrorist tag


BAGUIO CITY – Two indigenous experts officials of the United Nations, who are natives of the Cordillera, expressed their gratitude to local governments in the region that passed resolutions that denounced the terrorist tag against them by the justice department.
UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Victoria Tauli-Corpuz and Joan Carling, former indigenous expert member of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, visited members of the local legislative body during their regular session Jan. 7 to personally express their gratitude to the support of the local government and the people against the terrorist tag on them by the justice department.
Earlier, a Manila-based court dismissed the terrorist tag imposed on Tauli and human rights lawyer Jose Molintas for lack of probable cause while Carling and other Cordillerans who were included in the terrorist tag filed a similar motion for the dismissal of the same on the same grounds.
“The support shown by the local government and other local governments in the region, like Sagada and Mountain Province, only shows the importance of the communities where we come from in vouching for our integrity and credibility as responsible citizens. It also shows that people who are being maligned could seek the help of the communities where they come from for the needed support to negate false accusations hurled against them,” Corpuz said.
Previously, seven Cordillerans, including Tauli and Carling, were included in the alleged terrorist list released by the justice department for reportedly being staunch allies of the Communist Party of the Philippines–New People’s Army because the groups they previously belonged to were linked with the communist movement.
However, the local governments of Baguio, Sagada town and  Mountain Province provincial governments passed separate resolutions that denounced the terrorist tag against the seven Cordillerans, claiming that those who were included in the government’s questionable terrorist list wee merely human rights and indigenous peoples rights advocates who had been working with the mainstream society over the past several decades.
The passed resolutions denouncing the terrorist take against the seven Cordillerans were transmitted to the justice department for the government’s information, guidance and further action and for the eventual removal of the terrorist tag against the natives of the Cordillera who were included in the controversial terrorist list.
Carling also expressed gratitude to local officials of Baguio, Sagada and Mountain Province for having stood behind them when they were unjustly tagged as terrorists by the justice department, saying that it is heart-warming to know that local officials and the Cordillerans are concerned about the welfare of their colleagues who are being maligned by the government that is supposed to protect them through the use of its vast resources.
Both UN experts urged the local legislatures in the different parts of the region to sustain what they are doing in fighting for the rights of the people who are being unjustly treated to prevent the occurrence of similar incidents that might affect the integrity and credibility of innocent individuals who are being tagged as terrorists. -- Dexter A. See

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Kalinga gov’t, NEDA-CAR push autonomy info drive


By Marlo T. Lubguban

TABUK CITY -- – The Provincial government of Kalinga and National Economic Development Authority-Cordillera  have scheduled to capacitate autonomy advocates to effectively disseminate information of Cordillera autonomy and help gain support of provincial constituents.
The training will be conducted in Tabuk City on Jan. 22. Municipal and barangay officials from Tabuk City, along with the towns of Rizal, Balbalan, Pinukpok and Tinglayan are invited.
These are the identified priority areas in Kalinga for the information, education, and communication (IEC) thrust of NEDA-CAR based on the 2017 Cordillera autonomy awareness pulse survey.
This training is the first of two phases in an effort by NEDA-CAR to prioritize the grassroots in the IEC thrust.
It will consist of the basic concepts of regional autonomy and its differences and similarities with the administration’s goal of transitioning to a federal form of government.
The training will also orient the speakers on the Regional Development Council’s renewed pursuit of Cordillera autonomy.


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Kennon Road ‘risky’ but will be opened for PMA events, Panagbenga fest


BAGUIO CITY – The opening of Kennon Road here to traffic is still deemed risky due to ongoing repairs and dangerous landslides particularly during heavy rains, road experts said.
But despite this, officials said the historic thoroughfare will still be temporarily opened in time for the popular Panagbenga Festival and Philippine Military homecoming and graduation this coming February and March.
Following this, Cordillera Regional Disaster Risk and Reduction Management Council officials said they wanted to ensure the safety of motorists when passing through the when it will be opened.
 “Safety is our primary concern,” Office of Civil Defense – Cordillera regional director Albert Mogul said in an interview. “We don’t want anybody getting hurt but we hope to give way to the request to temporarily re-open Kennon Road,” he added.
Mogul said there have been requests from various local officials and other stakeholders to re-open Kennon Road for earlier said upcoming events in Baguio City in February to March.
However, this will depend on the collaboration of various stakeholders from  government and private sector to ensure that the road will be very safe to motorists.
In a media forum Baguio City Mayor Mauricio Domogan said Kennon Road will be opened to light vehicles in time for Baguio Flower Festival and PMA events.
Mogul said the CRDRRMC is working closely with the Dept. of Public Works and Highways and line agencies such as the Mines and Geosciences Bureau, Bureau of Fire Protection, Dept. of Environment and Natural Resources, Philippine National Police, Dept. of Health , and the local government units of Baguio, Tuba and Benguet and the other stakeholders to ensure that they will commit to perform specific functions to assure the safety of travelers at Kennon Road.
Their commitments will be placed in a formal document that will be signed by each agency or office head and would be implemented responsibly.  
DPWH-CAR regional director Tiburcio Canlas said the decision on re-opening Kennon Road will not be solely done by the DPWH but it will be a collective decision that will be made with the partner agencies, LGUs and other stakeholders to ensure that all the safety precautions would be done before the re-opening of the historic road to the public.
 Canlas said DPWH is already working on the projects at Camp 1 bridge, which was damaged by Typhoon Ompong; Camp 5 bridge; and the Camp 6 road slip. 
Aside from the three identified areas, there are still at least nine critical areas along the 33-kilometer stretch of the road identified for rehab as well as the ongoing rock netting in several portions of the mountain sides to prevent rock falls and other maintenance activities.
The DPWH closed the historic Kennon Road to vehicular traffic last year after a series of landslide incidents caused the loss of lives and damages to properties, and to give way for its rehabilitation work.
Canlas said the temporary opening of Kennon Road, if permitted, will be before the highlights of the Panagbenga or the last week of February to decongest those passing along Marcos Highway.
He said that the temporary opening will only be for a limited period since repairs and rehabilitation are still being done along the road.
A meeting of the CRDRRMC is set next week with the different stakeholders to discuss these commitments and responsibilities to ensuring safety of motorists. 
As of today, Mogul said that there are at least 10 jeepneys plying the route from Baguio City to Camp 6 to Camp 1 servicing the residents in the area.
These jeepneys along with several privately owned vehicles were given special permits to pass through Kennon Road to limit and ensure that only local residents are the only ones using the road.
The temporary opening of the road was allowed before Christmas last year only for residents along the road.
Meanwhile, the DPWH is recommending use of the new alternate road, the Anduyan-Rizal-San Pascual-Nangalisan-Asin Road connecting Baguio City, Tuba Benguet and Tubao, La Union to decongest the Marcos Highway. (JDP/RMC- PIA-CAR)

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La Union, Isabela towns top NL Comelec poll watch list


Eighteen cities and municipalities across the country were placed under the Commission on Election election watch list areas (EWAS) as of Jan. 14 with Sudipen, La Union and Balaoan, La Union in Northern Luzon topping the list. Philippine National Police Director General Oscar Albayalde said an area is placed under Comelec watch in the event of intense political rivalry or severe violence related to the conduct of the election.
The PNP Chief said they will augment their forces on the ground specifically to EWAS to maintain peace and order and closely monitor any untoward incident in line with the upcoming polls.
The PNP will also conduct a series of police operations together with a special operations task group also under the poll body. 
Aside from Sudipen and Balaoan, the following were considered election watch list areas (EWAS) nationwide:
Jones, Isabela; Lemery, Batangas; Roxas, Oriental Mindoro; Balud, Masbate; Dimasalang, Masbate; Pagadian City, Zamboanga Del Sur; Cagayan De Oro City, Misamis Oriental; Hadji Mohammad Ajul, Basilan; Lantawan, Basilan; Tipo-Tipo, Basilan; Marawi City, Lanao Del Sur; Sultan Dumalondong, Lanao Del Sur; Mamasapano, Maguindanao; Shariff Aguak, Maguindanao; Shariff Saydona Mustapha, Maguindanao and Datu Unsay, Maguindanao


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