Anti-Epal Movement seeks to educate voters
The filing for the Certificate of Candidacy (COC) for politicians who want to run for the 2013 elections is just around the corner. The Anti-Epal Movement, however, wants to educate the public about the upcoming elections and the politicians who should be doing their job.
Mae Paner also known as Juana Change together with her colleagues in the Anti-Epal Movement will be doing a forum for voters to teach them that the politicians should not take credit for their job because it is their task to do it.
The group also seeks to have an “Epa-Tanggal Day” in which all hanging banners or tarpaulins carrying the faces of the politicians should be removed.