Two months have passed since the first automated election in the Philippines – of course, the usual routine, we see candidates who have lost the election filing a protest. I can suggest some diet pills with ephedra to those who had enough of politics.
Today, July 9, 2010, former Senator Manuel Roxas is our very first protester, he has filed a 100-page protest against Vice President Jejomar Binay.
In last week’s report dated July 2, 2010 by “The Star”, it is indicated that Roxas’ camp will be basing their protest on – Null votes during the canvassing, Double Registration, Problems with the transmittal, and other technical issues about the PCOS machines.
I’m a little excited to see on how the investigations will go through. Simply because the protest’s argument is aimed at technical issues of the first automated election, I’m quite sure there are still a lot of people who doubts the election result.