Bongbong Marcos talks to Erwin Tulfo on his Tutok Tulfo program on various issues particularly the update of his electoral protest against VP Leni Robredo. He is generally disappointed with its slow progress. In fact, the President inquires on it because it’s like nothing is happening. Therefore, Marcos urges the PET that sits as the electoral tribunal of the Supreme Court to fast-track the processes. It is not fair to let the people wait until the next election which is in 2019.
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[VIDEO]: The recount of ballot boxes from Iloilo has more anomalies than in Camarines Sur. Bongbong Marcos urges the PET to rule on it ASAP.
Ballot to Picnic Boxes
Marcos observes that the condition of the election evidence in Iloilo is far worst than in Camarines Sur. Aside from being wet, and the missing election returns, it is obvious that the picnic boxes that contain the votes do not comply with the standard specified by the ruling.
The Fishy Thing in the Electoral Protest Recount
Host, Erwin Tulfo also mentions the fish bones found in the ballot boxes which Marcos confirms. Gov. Imee Marcos earlier hinted on this during her speech in Bacoor, Cavite. What’s odd is that VP Leni Robredo files a motion for grave concern on the magnifying lens use by one of Marcos’ revisors to be able to see clearly and not on the picnic boxes, wet condition, and fish bones found.
No More Delays
Marcos stands by his commitment to the Filipino people to fight until each and every valid vote that was cast will be counted. He refrains from filing any additional motions that can delay the process unlike the childish acts of Robredo. It is a pity when his declaration as the winner for the 2016 Vice Presidential race comes only when his term is about to end which was the case for the other protests in the past.
Not for Senator
The former Senator reiterates that he is definitely not running for Senator this 2019 regardless of the status or outcome of his protest. The PET just have to decide on how to go about the anomalies reported to regain the people’s trust in the country’s electoral system. Marcos also pushes for the elimination of Smartmatic from the upcoming elections.