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Supreme Court: CAMSUR VP Recount may have Voided Results due to Wet Ballots

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

The Supreme Court or the PET orders the Camarines Sur municipal treasurers to explain why some ballot boxes are wet. In the town of Ragay, one of its precincts sent its election result a day in advance. On top of the invalid 25 threshold votes, these anomalies can lead to voided VP recount results from CAMSUR according to Atty. Glenn Chong. Meanwhile, the retrieval of the 2,740 ballot boxes from Iloilo now starts.






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[VIDEO]: ATTY GLENN CHONG IBINUNYAG ANG DAYAAN NOONG ELECTION PANOORIN!




Analysis of the Supreme Court Action

Clean election advocate, Atty. Glenn Chong suggests that CAMSUR must have voided results because of the tampered votes. This is the first time that the PET confirms that there are indeed wet and dirty ballot boxes. The decrypted ballot images can’t also be the alternative materials because of the incidents of digital tampering. The Senate is due to investigate this as soon, according to Senator Tito Sotto. So, even if the PET resorts to these images, the process can be contested by Bongbong Marcos.



Partial PET Order

The notice of the PET contains incident reports from April 2 until April 17 about the wet and dirty ballots. That means, it is still partial. The issues from April 18 until at present are not yet included. These would be the results from Buhi, Canaman, Milaor, Sipocot, and others.



Evidence of Tampered Ballot Boxes

One out of 3 ballot boxes in Camarines Sur does not have voters’ receipts. There are massive cases of missing Election Returns and Minutes of Voting. These can only mean that these ballot boxes were already opened prior to the recount at the Supreme Court.









Bracing Up on Iloilo for the VP Declaration

The retrieval of the 2,740 ballot boxes from Iloilo now starts. The PET already authorizes the retrieval team to perform their duties following the given guidelines. Clear rules on missing items shall apply to avoid confusion that misleading media reports can bring. Everyone must brace up on the Iloilo results next for the future declaration of the real Vice President. Experts can sense that VP Robredo’s time in the second highest office in the land is running out.




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Atty. Trixie: Bongbong Marcos Needs Only 200,000 Discrepancies of Votes in Camarines Sur to Finish Election Recount

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

The opening of ballot boxes in Camarines Sur for the recount in the election protest of Bongbong Marcos against Vice President Leni Robredo may have to be verified contrary to what Atty. Trixie mentioned. However, she explained two vital things on the issue according to a lawyer’s point of view. First, the initial recount in one of Marcos’ pilot provinces, Camarines  Sur aims to justify the validity of his complaint that there was fraud in the VP race during the election 2016. He only needs 200,000 discrepancies of votes for that. Secondly, Robredo’s counter-protest must already be dismissed because of lack of payment.

 










Youtube video by; Elena Grace Flores
[VIDEO]: Atty. Trixie said that the recount in Camarines Sur is specifically for Bongbong Marcos’ election protest. He needs only 200,000 discrepancies of votes to finish the recount in his favor.

 




Collection of Ballot Boxes

A total of 538 ballot boxes from Districts 1 and 2 of Camarines Sur arrived in the Comelec office in Pili last week. These ballot boxes are from the towns of Cabusao, Sipocot, Lupi, Ragay, Del Gallego, Libmanan, Pamplona, Pasacao, San Fernando, Milaor, Gainza, and Minalabac. Twenty-five more towns are expected to do the same during the media blackout. Mainstream media has no updates over the weekend. There were also reports that media practitioners in who are anti-Robredo are blocked from Facebook postings. This marks the start of the vote recount for the poll protest of Marcos.




Robredo’s Landslide Win Questioned in Election 2016

Marcos lost to Vice President Leni Robredo at the 2016 national elections by just 263,473 votes. Camarines Sur is one of three pilot provinces decided upon by the Presidential Electoral Tribunal or PET in its partial grant of Marcos’ plea to recount the ballots. Robredo won by a landslide in the province. She gathered more than 660,000 votes, while Marcos got only about 40,000. It is remembered that 4 other Vice Presidential bets, Honasan, Escudero, Trillanes and Cayetano have family ties in Bicol. This has made her victory even more suspicious.




Fraud and Irregularities

Other provinces in the pilot recount of Marcos are Iloilo and Negros Oriental. He identified the three provinces as “best exemplifying fraud or irregularities” in his protest brief. Atty. Trixie also stresses in her video that Camarines Sur which is Robredo’s bailiwick is a good choice to start from. The 200,000 discrepancies can easily be proven there if the allegations of fraud are true. The recount in the area might put a top on the lengthy electoral protest process should the slim margin is justified.




Counter-Protest Dismissal

PET has required Marcos to pay P66 million and Robredo P15 million in two tranches to fund their protests and counter-protests. A petitioner needs to pay P500 per contested precinct. Robredo also listed three provinces in her own counter-protest brief: Capiz, Sulu, and North Cotabato. According to Atty. Trixie, no recount in Robredo’s pilot provinces can happen because she has not paid the second half of her counter-protest fee. In fact, that must be dismissed already according to the law.



http://cnnphilippines.com/news/2018/01/23/ballot-retrieval-bongbong-marcos-leni-robredo-camarines-sur.html

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Bongbong Marcos vs Leni Robredo VP Election Recount Now Pushes Through

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Bongbong Marcos’ election protest determines the “rise or fall” of Vice President Leni Robredo at the expense of Marcos. The results of the recount in the provinces of Camarines Sur, Iloilo and Negros Oriental are the key factors of his protest. Robredo’s lawyer, Atty. Bernadette Sardillo said that if the recount in these pilot provinces of Marcos shows that there’s no discrepancy with the official tally, then the dismissal of Marcos’ protest is immediate. However, Marcos loyalists also demand that if it is otherwise, Robredo must vacate the OVP at once.









Youtube video by; Elena Grace Flores

[VIDEO]: The collection of ballot boxes starts at Camarines Sur which is one of Bongbong Marcos’ pilot provinces for the recount.




Retrieval of Ballot Boxes in Camarines Sur

Sardillo admits that the recount of votes in three of 25 provinces where Bongbong Marcos is confident that cheating in favor of Vice President Leni Robredo blocks his victory can put a rest on Marcos' election protest. The ballot boxes from the district one and two of Camarines Sur are now in the Pili Comelec Office. This is necessary prior to their transport to Manila.




Plus-Minus Speculation

It is remembered that Senator Chiz Escudero lost 36,442 votes during the 2016 VP race; at the same time when Liberal Party bet Leni Robredo’s numbers rose to 35,000. Clean election advocate and IT expert, Glenn Chong speculates that a plus-minus scheme is evident here. That is “dagdag-bawas” in Filipino.



Close Watch

The camps of Robredo and Marcos are on vigil while the logistics are ongoing.  Official results of the vice presidential race in Camarines Sur showed that Robredo got 664,190 votes (85 percent) to Marcos’ 41,219 (5 percent). Robredo is not the only VP bet from Bicol at that time. Former Senator Gregorio Honasan, Senator Alan Peter Cayetano, Senator Antonio Trillanes IV and Senator Chis Escudero all have family ties in the Bicol region. This makes it very suspicious that a mediocre politician like Robredo can have that much votes.



Let the Recount of Bongbong Marcos’ Election Protest Begin for Cam Sur

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Bongbong Marcos Nails 3 Provinces, Catches Robredo Off Guard in Election Protest

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Bongbong Marcos’ revelation on the three provinces for the pilot manual recount and judicial revision of ballots in connection with his election protest against Vice President Leni Robredo, catches her off guard. Lawyer, Romulo Macalintal was beleaguered because they were expecting Lanao del Sur, Basilan, and Maguindanao.






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[VIDEO]: Atty Vic Rodriguez ambush interview spokesman BBM



3 Initial Provinces for the Recount

In his 81-page preliminary conference brief, the Marcos camp identified Camarines Sur, Iloilo and Negros Oriental for the recount or revision. Marcos spokesperson, Vic Rodriguez explains that they clearly show that there are major discrepancies in the votes cast on the ballots. These also include those transmitted by the Vote Counting Machines (VCMs) and reported in the Certificates of Canvass (COCs).




Camarines Sur Election Discrepancy

He also stresses that there are almost 65,000 undervotes in Camarines Sur. The three provinces have a total of 300,000 undervotes. Undervotes are ballots that are not counted. This is either because the voter did not vote for a certain position or there were unclear markings in the ballot.




Implausible Iloilo Votes

Whereas in Iloilo, Rodriguez points out that it is extremely implausible that Robredo gets 573,729 votes against Marcos’ 94,411 votes. He’s the running mate of the late Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago who was from the said province. They were warmly received by the Hiligaynons during their sorties there.









Negros Oriental and Witnesses

Robredo’s 248,102 votes in Negros Oriental against Marcos’ 99,208 votes look dubious. The biggest political clan there is for Marcos. The Marcos camp has a total of 362 witnesses. This is in the preliminary conference brief for July 11. They are ready to testify with evidence to support their claim. What is Macalintal talking about that Marcos is allegedly fishing for evidence?




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