Bongbong, Supporters to Meet to Plan to Stop Quick Count.
Stop the Quick Count. The counting of votes is not yet over between Sen. Bongbong Marcos and Camarines Sur Representative Leni Robredo who are both seeking for the second highest position in the government.
Marcos is set to meet with his supporters this Thursday afternoon to discuss moves to stop the PPCRV from partial and unofficial counting of votes.
As of posting, Robredo still on the lead trailing behind is Marcos.
According to the campaign team of Marcos, he is is set to meet with the Alyansang Duterte-Bongbong (AlDub) at his Mandaluyong City headquarters at 3 p.m.
The advisory from the camp of the senator claimed that the unofficial vote counting of the PPCRV is “misleading.”
On Wednesday, Marcos’ supporters held a rally at the Luneta Park for the alleged rigging in the counting of votes to favor Robredo.
Earlier, Marcos’ supporters online voiced out that the votes of Sen. Chiz Escudero were decreased and claimed were added to Robredo to which both GMA Network and CNN Philippines apologized for typo error.
Marcos had already called the Commission on Elections and the PPCRV to stop the unofficial quick count to give the primacy to the National Board of Canvassers (NBOC) that will canvass the votes for the presidential and vice-presidential posts.
He also claimed that the partial quick count was marred with irregularities such as the withholding of votes from some areas particularly in the Ilocos Region.
The region, his bailiwick, is known for solid votes for Marcos’.
According to Francesca Huang, Marcos’ legal counsel, the alteration of the hash code was done Monday night through the introduction of a new “script” or computer command in the server.
She claimed that it has affected the votes pointing out that after the supposed introduction of the new script past 7 p.m on Monday, Robredo started to rise in numbers making the lead between Marcos diminish.
Earlier, expert said that the unofficial and partial tally of votes is for the public not for candidates.