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LOOK: Philippine Embassy, Philippine Consulate release official list of registered Filipino voters in UAE

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Mar. 25, 19 | 7:10 am

Only a few weeks left until Filipinos around the world cast their votes to elect 12 senators and one party list representative for the 2019 midterm elections via the Overseas Absentee Voting from April 13 to May 13.

The Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi as well as the Philippine Consulate in Dubai and the Northern Emirates have recently released the list of registered voters who have either remained active by exercising their right to vote since their initial registration years back or have initiated their voting registration process during the Overseas Absentee voting registration period that lasted until September 30, 2018.

Out of almost a million Filipinos here in the UAE, there are 361,365 registered voters, making up almost half of the Filipino population in the country.

Out of the 361,365 registered voters, 209,202 land based voters reside in Dubai and Northern Emirates while 109,130 land based voters live in Abu Dhabi. The remaining 43,033 are seafarers.

Those who have registered may find their names at the PDF documents below which were uploaded by the Philippine Embassy (Abu Dhabi) and the Philippine Consulate (Dubai and Northern Emirates).

Abu Dhabi: Land based – 109,130 voters

A-B (Aala – Baclig)

B-C (Baclig – Caguimbal)

C-D (Caguimbal – De Chavez)

D-F (De Chavez – Feliciano)

F-J (Feliciano – Jabagat)

J-M (Jabagat – Mallo)

M-O (Mallorca – Ocbeña)

O-R (Ocbian – Ramos)

R-S (Ramos – Sinangote)

S-V (Sinaon – Villaruz)

V-Z (Villaruz – Zurbito)

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DUBAI: Land based – 209,202 registered voters

A-B (Aala – Belascuain)

B-D (Belaya – D Agostino)

D-G (Dagoy – Galgalan)

G-L (Galgana – Lorzano)

L-O (Losa – Oloc-Oloc)

O-S (Olofernes – Sabares)

S (Sabaria – Sarandi)

S-Z (Sarangani – Zwebe)

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Seafarers: 43,033 registered voters

A-C (Aba – Chico)

C-I (Chico – Inopiquez)

I-P (Inot – Pasion)

P-Z (Pasion – Zurita)

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