Bongbong Marcos asks the PET to direct the immediate collection, retrieval, transport and delivery of all the ballot boxes and other election paraphernalia in the provinces of Basilan, Lanao del Sur, Maguindanao, Camarines Sur, Iloilo and Negros Oriental after paying in full. The PET earlier directs Marcos and Vice President Leni Robredo to submit their respective comments, within 5 days after the Preliminary Conference. This is on issues the tribunal identified in connection with their poll protests.
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PET Agrees with Marcos
Marcos’ camp is confident that the retrieval of ballots and other relevant election paraphernalia can support their claims with regards to the election anomalies. Robredo’s camp insists that the PET must first resolve the issue on the integrity of the automated election system before proceeding to the revision of votes. However, the tribunal agrees with Marcos that these courses of action may be addressed simultaneously.
Grateful to PET
Marcos is grateful to the PET for their actions to fast-track the process. He also has faith in the tribunal that they will do their best to finally uncover who really is the real winner of the Vice Presidential election in 2016.
Action Taken by PET
Marcos stresses that the PET’s preparation for the recount is evident. The 3 officers he requested are already in place. The venue for the recount is identified which is at the Supreme Court basket ball court area. Both camps are also asked to limit their witnesses to 3 each pilot province for a speedy result.
Robredo seeks an extension on the P7.439-million second payment for the retrieval of election paraphernalia. Marcos’ lead counsel, George Garcia, said he sees no reason to contest or oppose the motion. This is for the sake of democracy. Sure enough, Bongbong Marcos never contested this.