News & Interviews

Manila Bulletin – Robredo camp says Bongbong protest a waste of taxpayers’ money

By Merlina Malipot | Manila Bulletin The camp of Vice President Leni Robredo on Wednesday warned that the protest of losing candidate Ferdinand Marcos Jr. will lead to “more expenses for

Daily Tribune – ‘Correct’ vote count

By The Editorial Board | Daily Tribune “The software should go through source code reviews and certifications by an international certification entity prior to the elections. During the late night

Daily Tribune – No fraud in the time of Smartmatic?

By Ninez Cacho-Olivares | Daily Tribune “Despite the many instances of electoral fraud, the Comelec continues to tap Smartmatic as its provider. President Duterte has reportedly guaranteed that the 2019

Daily Tribune – It’s still perception, Mr. Justice

By Ninez Cacho-Olivares | Daily Tribune Supreme Court (SC) Associate Justice Benjamin Caguioa sought to inhibit himself from the Bongbong Marcos vice presidential electoral protest case against Leni Robredo, yet he

The Manila Times – Justice Caguioa wants out of Marcos-Leni case

By Jomar Canlas, TMT | The Manila Times An associate justice of the Supreme Court (SC) seeks to inhibit as ponente or member in charge of the election protest filed

The Manila Times – Can Bongbong be up for an ugly mess?

By Mauro Gia Samonte | The Manila Times IN the run-up to the presidency in 2016, it was a popular piece of gossip that in the event of a Duterte

The Philippine Star – Hybrid voting system for 2019 polls pushed

By Janvic Mateo | The Philippine Star MANILA, Philippines — A former lawmaker who has alleged massive fraud in the 2016 elections is pushing for the use of a hybrid system for

Philippine Senate – Committee on Electoral Reforms and People’s Participation (August 16, 2018)

The Manila Times – Digong burns Leni

By Jojo Robles | The Manila Times Dear Leni: Please stop with the pathetic calls to reconcile with the President. It’s not going to happen and it makes you look

One News – No Question on Legitimacy Atty. Chong’s Photos

By One News #TheChiefs discuss the photos presented by Atty. Glenn Chong in the previous Senate hearing that shows irregularities in the 2016 elections. 

UNTV News – Comelec campaigns to remove doubts on automated elections

By UNTV News PASAY CITY, Philippines – The Commission on Elections (Comelec) wants to employ concrete security features that will further protect the automation system of the 2019 midterm elections.

One News – Atty. Glenn Chong to Drop names in Senate

By One News #TheChiefs | Atty. Glenn Chong stands by his allegations that some government officials are selling public offices by virtue of cheating.   

One News – ‘Extraneous’ Squares

By One News #TheChiefs | Former Biliran Rep. Atty. Glenn Chong details why he thinks the usage of squares used to denote a vote in the image file of an

One News – Electoral Protest Update

By One News #TheChiefs | Atty. Romulo Macalintal, legal counsel of Vice President Leni Robredo, gives an update on the electoral protest filed against Robredo by Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr.

The Manila Times – Heads should roll in Smartmatic-PCOS anomaly

By Atty. Dodo Dulay | The Manila Times I AM sure I am not the only viewer of the Senate hearings on the alleged irregularities in the 2016 national elections

The Philippine Star – Abolish Comelec-Smartmatic

By Carmen N. Pedrosa | The Philippine Star The most important decision we, the Filipino people have to take is whether or not we will have elections in 2019 using

The Manila Times – A Smartmatic steak? “Huwag-you”

By Rolly G. Reyes | The Manila Times I am counting the days that SmartMatic will stop counting. A great number of Math teachers are with me. *** How come

The Manila Times – No one is complaining – until now

By Al S. Vitangcol 3rd | The Manila Times Last of 2 parts THE joint congressional oversight committee (JCOC) hearing on the automated elections system (AES) was convened on Monday.

The Philippine Star – What was the role of the Carter Center in the Philippine Smartmatic elections?

By Carmen N. Pedrosa | The Philippine Star In his early days as Comelec chairman Andres Bautista came to the STAR to tell us that everything with be fine in the

The Manila Times – Where is Andy Bautista?

By Antonio P. Contreras | The Manila Times THIS question has always been asked. And there are other questions. Why was Andy Bautista allowed to leave the country? And why