The legal team of Bongbong Marcos recently warns Vice President Leni Robredo not to resort to delaying tactics. They intend to file a motion for reconsideration on the decision of the Presidential Electoral Tribunal of the Supreme Court to add up to the hearings on Marcos’ appeal questioning Robredo’s election victory.
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[VIDEO]: (Eagle News) — Pinagtibay ng Korte Suprema na umuupo bilang Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET) ang nauna nitong deklarasyon na may sapat na porma at substansya ang election protest ni dating Senador Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos laban kay Vice President Leni Robredo.
Delaying Tactics Show that Robredo is Hiding Something
Despite the Tribunal’s ruling that the decision is “beyond dispute”, Robredo’s legal team is still looking for ways to delay such proceedings,” Rodriguez said. “If Robredo has nothing to hide, she does not need delaying tactics. It seems that her camp is not satisfied with cheating their way to the vice presidency. They want to cheat again by not letting Bongbong Marcos disclose all evidence in court right away. The truth must come out soon.
Bongbong Marcos Camp Expects Robredo to Appeal to the Higher Court
The Bongbong Marcos camp expects Robredo to appeal the high court ruling. They are not surprised by the intention of Leni Robredo’s counsel to appeal the recent PET decision which declares Bongbong Marcos’ election protest to be sufficient in form and substance, Rodriguez said.
Tarnished the Filipinos’ Rights to Vote
Rodriguez observes that Robredo’s actuation on the protest is consistent: She is definitely afraid of the truth because it would reveal how much they tarnished the true will of the Filipino people in the VP race.
Massive Fraud Made Robredo Win
On Jan. 24 PET denies the motion filed by Robredo to conduct a preliminary hearing on Marcos’ election protest. It dismisses it for lack of jurisdiction. In his election protest, Marcos urges the PET to nullify Robredo’s proclamation. Robredo becomes vice president after receiving 14,418,817 votes over Marcos’ 14,155,344 votes in a fraudulent manner.