The Legal Network for Truthful Elections (LENTE) announces today, April 26, 2022, their mobilization of 4,000 volunteers all over the country from its 40 law school chapters.
LENTE Philippines together with Teachers Dignity Coalition are launching a hotline that may be used by the teachers to report their issues and concerns before, after and during the day of election.
Currenty, LENTE is also lobbying COMELEC to approve its Pilot Voters’ transportation project which aims to make voting accessible for the vulnerable sectors from Las Pinas, Ormoc, Zamboanga City, and Buxdnon.
The project aims to provide transportation to voters from vulnerable groups from their place of residence to their voting centers so that they can vole freely on election day.
LENTE is among the Civil Society Organizations convened by the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) to take part in the Bantay Karapatan sa Halalan.
In addition to that, LENTE also highlighted its focused election monitoring project in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM), its first Media Monitoring Project and the initial finding of its Abuse of State Resources project.