Discussion in 'News and Weather' started by Rye83, Aug 10, 2018.
Im sure it will be sorry sir no more plastic,heres a paper copy,come back in 2 yrs lol
Really that quick?
Putting the creation of a nationwide biometric database of citizens under a "for human rights" headline here in the Philippines feels like a bad joke.
It is not a joke I am sure - if you have poor Human Rights then you invent some for propaganda purposes. They KNOW what they are doing.
Well if your country strives to be a socialist nanny state it makes sense. You have to make sure everyone is paying their taxes and has the ability to receive their "free" handouts (and not scam their way into getting more than they are entitled to). Can't have your cake and eat it too.
The article states; for citizens and resident aliens. I guess that means BI card holders as well? Required to have both the ACR card and this national ID?
Papers Please! (operating at a handicap with a junk Lenovo laptop)
Combine the two and call it an ACRID card
National ID System Law enters into force on 25th August
Manila - The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) announced that the Act to Establish a National Identification System will enter into force on 25th August. - klajoo.com - The Philippine Identification System (PhilSys) law was signed on August 6 by President Rodrigo Duterte, and was released in national newspapers on August 9, 15 days later. PSA chief Lisa Grace Bersales says the bill aims to harmonize, integrate and connect the countless and redundant government cards by introducing a national identification system. The Phil ID contains information such as the PhilSys number, full name, facial image, gender, date of birth, blood type and address. Implementing legislation will be finalized in September. KR 20.08.2018 - 4:00