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Marcos-Robredo Preliminary Conference at Supreme Court, July 11 at 2 PM

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Bongbong Marcos, who filed the election protest against Leni Robredo, joined the overnight vigil with his supporters in front of the Supreme Court the night before July 11. The Preliminary Conference starts at 2 PM.






Youtube video by; Bagong Lipunan
[VIDEO]: Nagsagawa ng prayer vigil para sa katotohanan ang mga Marcos loyalists at supporters sa harap ng Korte Suprema kagabi at binisita ito ni dating Senador Bongbong Marcos (BBM). Ngayong araw, July 11, 2017, kasi gaganapin ang unang preliminary conference ng protesta ni BBM laban kay Leni Robredo.



Robredo Ready to Face

Robredo’s is ready to face the high court that sits as the Presidential Electoral Tribunal. They said that Marcos is only prolonging his protest. He has yet to prove that the integrity of the automated elections was compromised. Then that is when he can demand on ballot recounts and examination of election documents.




Marcos’ Initial Choice

Marcos, however, stuns them when he discloses the three pilot provinces to best exemplify fraud or irregularities in his protest brief. He named Camarines Sur, Iloilo, and Negros Oriental. Marcos to explain how Robredo won the polls with a 263,473 vote lead. This was highly criticized by Robredo’s camp.




Robredo’s Listed Provinces

Robredo also listed three provinces in her counter-protest brief: Capiz, Sulu, and North Cotabato. She said that Marcos’ protest is based on general allegations. Her camp speculates that they have designed manufactured evidence to sway the results in his favor. Nevertheless, this is impossible for the Marcos camp to do. It was the Liberal Party’s reign when the election happened in 2016.









Delaying Tactics

Marcos also criticized Robredo for blocking moves to recount the results of the VP race in almost 40,000 clustered precincts. Robredo’s camp filed a manifestation with a motion for clarification before the PET. They want Marcos to pay for the expenses incurred by the Commission on Elections over his election protest.




http://cnnphilippines.com/news/2017/07/10/bongbong-marcos-outside-SC-in-eve-of-poll-protest.html




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