The Elections Commission (Comelec) is considering a separate criminal case against a woman who claims to be able to manipulate the results of the automatic electoral system (AES) in mid-2019 elections.
In a press release, Comelec spokesman James B. Jimenez also praised his arrest on Tuesday for the arrest of Nicole Mercado Namuag (NBI) 's National Bureau of Investigation (NBI).
The NBI said Namuag could be held responsible for the deprivation of the authorities and the falsification of public documents to claim that the P20 million could provide a gain for candidates.
Yasal We're delighted that criminals like these are exposed and caught, and we didn't rule out the possibility of resorting to the legal remedies of Comelec in appropriate cases, “he said.
He said people like Namuag should be held accountable for arousing suspicion about AES.
The survey officer continued its credibility in spite of irregularities in the allegations made by several groups in the conduct of AES 's election activities in 2010, 2013 and 2016 by Comelec.
”So far, it was very accurate to count the votes, and there is no evidence that it can use any component of AES – any candidate or group candidate from the region-based Voting Machines to the consolidated Canvassing System to cheat in favor of it.“
May 2019 said opinion polls would not be different from what they continued to take the necessary measures.
U We want to reassure all candidates that AES is fair and safe and we will consider the votes correct. The will of the people will prevail. Halk
The Comelec official also urged the public to report to other authorities such as Namuag, who offered "illegal and useless" vote manipulation proposals.