Look| Imee Marcos tells Bongbong's Supporters to be patient in poll case

September 13, 2017
The ruling, however, partially allowed Marcos to retrieve ballots and documents in Camarines Sur, Iloilo, and Negros Oriental.

"Baka kaunti na lang at dahan-dahan ay gumagalaw na rin ang ating ginagawa. Yung inyong nawalang boto, palalabasin natin lahat yan," he said during a forum on the life of legacy of his father, former President Ferdinand Marcos, on Saturday.
Imee Marcos is referring to the protest of his brother's election 2016 former Senator Bongbong Marcos, against Vice President Leni RobredoHe said soon as the recount begins, resolving the matter won't take long.

The Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET) has junked Marcos' case questioning the automated election system. This was the first of three issues he raised in his poll protest against Robredo.

The ruling, however, partially allowed Marcos to retrieve ballots and documents in Camarines Sur, Iloilo, and Negros Oriental.
"Baka kaunti na lang at dahan-dahan ay gumagalaw na rin ang ating ginagawa. Yung inyong nawalang boto, palalabasin natin lahat yan," he said during a forum on the life of legacy of his father, former President Ferdinand Marcos, on Saturday.


He said that the recount is about to begin, the truth is about to come out
"Para sa akin masyadong mabagal ang takbo, eh. Dahan-dahan naman ay nagkaka-progreso at siguro basta maumpisahan na ang pagbilang ay sandali na lang iyon. Siguro between 3,000 to 4,000 precincts ang bibilangin so kung magawa natin 100 a day, kulang ang one-and-a-half months matapos ang bilangan as soon as it starts," he said.
The Marcos camp said they were preparing to start the recount
"Ang electoral protest, pinaghahandaan na natin yung recount at nagsisimula na tayo mag-organize nung mga tinatawag na revisor. Yung revisor yung magbubukas ng ballot box at magbibilang ng boto. Yung PET, electoral tribunal, ay sinimulan na nila na ihanda yung lugar, yung gym dun sa Supreme Court para dun gagawin ang pag-recount," he said.
Bong Bong Marcos filed a protest on the Supreme Court on June 29, one day before Robredo took her oath as Vice President.

Robredo won a votes of 14,682,290, Bong bong Marcos was received 14,418,817 votes - a difference of 263,473 votes

SOURCE: cnnph

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