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St. Josse Dinner Event for Binalonan
Tuesday, 26 April 2016 15:33    | Written by mcgjr    PDF Print E-mail

Ambassador Bataclan Calls for Solidarity at St Josse Dinner Event for Binalonan

Brussels, 25 April 2016. ---    Ambassador Victoria  Bataclan,  Philippine Ambassador to Belgium and Luxembourg and Head of the Philippine Mission to the European Union attended the event "Repas de Solidarite pour les Philippines" (Meals of Solidarity for the Philippines) which was organized by the Commune of Saint-Josse-ten-Noode for Binalonan, Pangasinan on 23 April 2016 at the Crowne Plaza in Brussels, Belgium.

Speaking before 200 Belgian and Filipino friends and benefactors of the commune  including the Association  of Pangasinense in Belgium, Ambassador Bataclan expressed her appreciation to the organizers led by Deputy Mayor for International Relations and Cooperation Mr Eric Jassin Ramdani.  She also thanked the attendees and rallied everyone to ascribe to solidarity for a better world.   She urged the Commune of Saint-Josse and the people of Pangasinan to keep the friendship going and to serve each other and the world.

The dinner-event 'with a mission' featured Asian food and Filipino entertainers John Florencio, pianist and Dennis Astorga, tenor, both based in Paris.

Since 2014, the Commune of Saint-Josse and Binalonan has a 'sister -city agreement' (a cooperation protocol). Officials from both places exchange visits ever year.  Saint-Josse-ten-Noode, with Deputy Mayor Jassin,  supports such projects as Provision of Mobile Stores and the Creation of an Activity Centre/Central Municipal Library in Binalonan.  The two communities continue to explore possible areas of cooperation.


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Overseas Voting Advisory
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Brussels PE starts Field Voting for Seafarers
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Belgium, 15 April 2016 ---   The overseas absentee voting team of the Philippine Embassy in Brussels proceeded to the international port of Antwerp on 14 April 2016 to conduct field voting for registered overseas voters - seafarers of vessels presently docked in Antwerp.

The first voter was 31-year old Messman Julius Bingil of the Greek-owned M/T Nedas who proudly stated that this is his second time to participate in the overseas elections.

Capt. Felimon M. Maranan Jr., shipmaster of the Panamanian M/V Santa Helena, joined other crewmembers in expressing disappointment that most of them are unable to vote because they failed to avail of the registration for overseas voting of seafarers which usually happens when they are on board or at sea.

Seafarers Cornelio D. Amit Jr. and Christian V. Gaborro, both oilers of M/V Santa Helena said that they are happy to have been registered when they have renewed their passports with the Department of Foreign Affairs in Manila.

Fr. Jorgedy Bago, Chaplain of Seafarers and of the Filipino Community in Antwerp, and who diligently assists the Overseas Voting team by 'watching out' for incoming vessels with Filipino crew members, said that it's a pity that we can only find 1 or 2 registered voters among several crewmembers but agrees that it's all worth the effort to ensure that every registered voter, including seafarers, gets to exercise their right to vote.

There are 49,339 registered seafarers for purposes of the overseas elections all over the world.

Brussels PE has thus far received 344 mailed ballots and we encourage registered voters in Belgium and Luxembourg to vote.

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EU Declaration on Recent Devts in WPS / SCS
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Overseas Voting Advisory
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The Philippine Embassy in Brussels is pleased to announce that the following overseas voters, who may have changed their mailing addresses, may claim the soonest possible time their ballot packets at the Philippine Embassy, Brussels located at #297 Ave. Moliere 1050 Brussels, from 0900h to 1500h Mondays to Fridays except on holidays.


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Philippine Embassy in Brussels


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