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Supreme Court Needs to Find Ways
Former Senator Bongbong Marcos said he hopes to help the Supreme Court find ways to speed up the investigation on the recount of votes for the vice presidency before the Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET). He wants to know how he could help. That is the reason for his presence at the SC.
Marcos, who filed an electoral protest against Vice President Leni Robredo, commemorates the second anniversary of the May 2016 national elections by speaking to the media at the SC. He is clad by many of his supporters. The vote recount started only last April but is progressing really slow with a lot of hiccups.
Robredo, on the other hand, also asks the Supreme Court to follow the threshold set by the Commission on Elections (Comelec) for shading of ballots. The shading threshold set by Comelec was at 25 percent. However, the PET declared a 50 percent threshold in the case between Marcos and Robredo perhaps to eliminate machine-generated votes.
All Out Support
The Marcos loyalists nationwide are all out when supporting their VP bet in 2016 until now. Due to the gag order that prohibits both camps from speaking about the progress of the recount, they become very creative in showing off their forces. Actions speak louder than words so they say. In fact, the INC, that is the largest chunk of Marcos’ voters grabs the Guinness World Record for the longest human sentence recently.