PET told to resolve Bongbong Marcos motion
Former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. on Tuesday asked the Presidential Electoral Tribunal to resolve a motion he filed seeking a technical examination of voter documents in Mindanao, which were not part of the three pilot areas in his election protest.
According to lawyer George Garcia, election officials found “massive substituted voting” in the 2016 elections in Maguindanao, Lanao del Sur, and Basilan.
This prompted the camp of the former lawmaker to ask PET to seek reports on the Comelec’s technical examination of Voter’s Registration Records (VRR) and Election Day Computerized Voters List (EDCVL) from 508 voting precincts in the three provinces.
The Marcos camp also urged PET to investigate all the concerned chairmen and members of the BEIs (Board of Election Inspectors) who served in the three Mindanao provinces.