Liquor Ban in the Philippines From May 9

Liquor Ban in the Philippines From May 9 -- The Commission on Elections (COMELEC) announced that the five (5) day liquor ban starts on May 9 (Thur) until May 13, which falls on the national election day.
Violation of the liquor ban may result up to six (6) years of imprisonment. However, foreign nationals as well as tourism certified establishments are exempted from the said law.

According to COMELEC Chairman Sixto Brillantes, the expanded coverage days of the liquor ban was issued in order to lessen tensions that may emerge during the critical days of election.

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