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Under the two-b Exceptionally allot system with one vote for the 400 constituency members of parliament (MPs) and another for their preferred party vying for the 100 party-list MPs, voters will elect a total of 500 members to the House of Representatives, or lower house of the parliament.
The Election Commission is expected to announce an unofficial result late Sunday.