Excluded mayoralty wager Paulino Osmeña, Jr. pledged to test the choice of the Commission on Elections announcing him as aggravation applicant.
Paulino, in his post on Facebook, said he will request that his legal advisors take the accessible legitimate solution for him.
"The goals is moored on the contention that I have no aim and means, for example, assets, to run a crusade. For me, this closes down the opportunity to the individuals who have genuine aims to serve," peruses his post.
He said he effectively got a duplicate of the Comelec administering. He said his legal advisors will set up the important movement for reevaluation.
In his Facebook page, Cebu City Mayor Tomas Osmeña, who documented the appeal looking for the preclusion of Paulino, insulted Presidential Assistant for the Visayas Michael Dino.
"Michael Dino, too bad that COMELEC has decided that a representative of your clubhouse isn't fit the bill to keep running for civic chairman since his last name is Osmeña. Disturbance competitor dad more," the civic chairman's post read.
City hall leader Osmeña looked for the revelation of Paulino as annoyance hopeful stating that the similitude of their surnames will cause "disarray among the voters" in the city.
Cebu City North District Election Officer Marchel Sarno said Paulino can at present benefit of the lawful cures which will be chosen by the Comelec en banc.
Sarno said there are four other exclusion cases for Cebu City that are as yet pending. These incorporate that of re-electionists Sisinio Andales and Alvin Arcilla, Ian Anthony Osmeña, and Sherwin Luie Abella.
Despite the fact that their names are incorporated into the last rundown of contender for the May 13 races, Sarno said the likelihood of being excluded remains. When official tickets are printed, Sarno said the votes of the precluded wagers will be considered as stray vote