MANILA, Philippines — Ballot watchdog Parish Pastoral Council for Accountable Voting (PPCRV) stated that it isn’t seeing something that must be of concern amid the validation of votes.
In an interview on ABS-CBN Information Channel’s Rundown, PPCRV spokesperson Vann dela Cruz was requested in regards to the alleged glitches within the canvassing of votes, whereby Vice President Leni Robredo is trailing former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. by simply round 2 to three million votes.
So Leni has been seen to have 18mil, 19mil, and even 22mil votes, however inside seconds she was decreased to 12mil, and it has been dubbed as a “glitch” hahaha fuck you #COMELECpalpak pic.twitter.com/62xmnekJUm
— Elijah Japs Espino (@japsespino) Might 9, 2022
“We haven’t really gone by these movies however what we do right here in PPCRV, the unofficial parallel depend. So, we’re targeted actually on that mandate of ours,” Dela Cruz replied.
“Based mostly on the information that we’re seeing, we’re not seeing something that must be of any concern,” he added.
Dela Cruz assured the general public that they’ll inform the general public, if any points come up.
“Simply to emphasise, we at PPCRV would be the first one to let you recognize if there may be something that must be of concern to us and our information is open to anybody, political events, representatives of any candidates, we’re keen to share our information,” he stated.
The PPCRV just lately stated that there aren’t any irregularities within the alleged “68:32 magic” — a declare that for each vote replace, a constant sample of 68 p.c and 32 p.c of the votes are going to Marcos and Robredo, respectively.
As of Wednesday, 7:32 a.m., Marcos is nonetheless main the presidential race with 31 million votes, adopted by Robredo with 14.8 million votes.
Some teams converged close to the Fee on Election’s primary workplace in Intramuros, Manila on Tuesday as they demanded clear and truthful polls.
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