Last week I happen to visit the Philippine Embassy-Riyadh web site upon advised by Philippine embassy staff that I could download the lists of OAV absentee voters in the site. Luckily I was, and copy of it was emailed to some of my friends in Al Khobar.
The site is having a good web design, kudos to the designer. Though some of its features are not yet accessible. I tried to open the Philippine-Saudi Relations tab but no entry found. Even the message of the new Ambassador is not available, prompted me to call the web designer and inquire if it has something to do with my server. He replied that it would take time to load XML text material. I noted it, but up to this entry I still can’t access some of its features.
The press release from our Philippine Embassy about their OAV Campaign “Bumoto Ka Na Ba?” is featured upon access to the site. However, we cannot find any posters in Batha and other places that the campaign posters could be useful. Maybe because I am located in the mountain or desert area of Riyadh “kaya wala akong makita na OAV campaign material” from Embassy. If ever I’m wrong, I’ll be reprimanded for this entry. Be it!
Try to browse Bangladesh Embassy web site, the web design is not quite good looking but I can access it at once without waiting for any XML text to download. It is also very informative site to Bangladeshi expats.
Today March 2009, please click picture of H.E. Excellency Philippine Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Antonio Villamor.