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Bacolod City, Philippines Tuesday, January 30, 2018
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The camp of former Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. yesterday claimed alleged “solid and incontrovertible” evidence of massive fraud that transpired during the May 2016 national and local elections.

In a press conference held at Max's Restaurant in Manila, the Marcos camp furnished members of the media photocopies of several alleged “highly questionable” ballot images from Camarines Sur and Negros Oriental, which form part of the pilot provinces in his election protest currently pending before the Supreme Court, sitting as the Presidential Election Tribunal (PET).

“They keep on delaying giving us the copies. It has been three months since the ballot images were printed and it was only recently that the (Presidential Electoral Tribunal) PET allowed us to get the soft copies. Now we know why. This is shocking and highly questionable,” Marcos said in a press release.

He claimed that they have discovered numerous evidence of poll fraud on the printed ballot images after they secured some of the soft copies of the ballot images from the PET from some of the clustered precincts in several towns in Camarines Sur and Negros Oriental.

He also showed copies of ballot images from Camarines Sur and Negros Oriental that revealed that votes for him were not counted and considered undervotes, the press release added.*



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