Council On Philippine Affairs Sec. Gen. Pastor Boy Sacon wants proclamation in Congress deferred
Council on Philippine Affairs secretary-general Boy Saycon on Monday asked Congress to defer the proclamation of the President and Vice Presented-elects as he presented three men who allegedly rigged votes in the May 9 polls.
n a press conference hours before the proclamation, the three “witnesses” said they are government employees and were asked to reconfigure the SD cards containing votes from Quezon province
One witness claimed administration pick Mar Roxas gained 400,000 votes while his running mate, incoming Vice President Leni Robredo, got 300,000 votes through the operation.
He also also said that Robredo’s rival, Senator Ferdinand Marcos, Jr., lost some 200,000 votes when the SD cards were manipulated.
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The “witness” said they rigged the votes using a Smartmatic machine in Quezon.
However, he said they did not bring their evidence of electoral fraud during the press conference.