96 couples wed under the October Mass Wedding in Catbalogan – PIA Samar

Taken from Philippine Information Agency – Catbalogan’s FB Page

 

CATBALOGAN CITY, Samar, Oct 29 (PIA) — Ninety-six

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couples in the far islands and barangays of Catbalogan who lived together for many years without marriage are now lawful pairs as they become beneficiaries of the October mass wedding conducted by the City Civil registrar sponsored by local government unit (LGU).

Catbalogan City Mayor Coefredo “Tekwa” Uy officiated the mass weddings in barangays Silanga, Old Mahayag, Bagongon, Rama, Cinco Sierra and Cagutsan this October 2012.The couples were required by the City Civil Registrar to submit a barangay certification of their status, baptismal and birth certificates. This activity is in coordination with the National Statistics Office (NSO), initiated by the LGU, Local Civil Registrar Ofelia Royandoyan said.

“This is a part of the desire of the LGU in bringing the government closer to the people,” said Royandoyan. She explained that the purpose of the mass wedding is also to encourage the community in the far barangays to register. Some children in the area were not registered because the parents were not legally married. Once the wedding happens, birth registration follows, she added.

The couples’ ages ranged from 22 to 66 years old. (EOT/NIBQ-PIA8 Samar with Avha H. Ebalde)

 

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