Senator Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. said he would file a protest to contest the victory of Vice President-elect Leni Robredo by the end of the month. He said he has gathered evidence of fraud both from witnesses and "experts" who flagged irregularities in the automated system.

In a press conference Saturday (June 11), Marcos said his camp has gathered evidence to prove he was robbed of some 3 million votes in the vice presidential race.

He said the evidence his camp has collected would prove there are irregularities in the automated election system.
“Talagang maliwanag na maliwanag sa taumbayan na napakalawak at napakawalanghiya ang pangbabastos at pangwawalanghiya sa boses ng taumbayan,” Marcos said.
”Iisa lang pwede gumawa niyan, administration. We have to lay that at the door of the administration,” he added.
Though the senator refused to identify who he believed to be behind the supposed cheating, he said he is convinced their names will eventually be revealed.

Marcos said he will file an electoral protest questioning the victory of Vice President-elect Leni Robredo before the end of June.

Marcos' six-year term in the Senate will end on June 30. His mother, flamboyant former first lady Imelda Marcos, and elder sister, Imee Marcos, were elected congresswoman and governor respectively of Ilocos Norte province, the family's bailiwick.

The senator said he has received reports all vice presidential candidates, except Robredo, got zero votes in some areas, even as he secured the endorsement of the Christian sect Iglesia ni Cristo (INC).

"That is not highly improbable that is in fact impossible," he said.


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