Frequently Asked Questions about Bongbong Marcos’ Electoral Protest

Question: What is an election protest? Answer: It is a process by which a candidate presents evidence to prove that there were mistakes, anomalies and outright cheating in the conduct of elections. The deciding body will then issue a ruling for or against the protesting candidate. Question: Who decides the election protest? Answer: For President… Read more

List of cases filed with the Supreme Court’s Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET)

PET Case No. 001: for President Miriam Defensor-Santiago vs. Fidel Valdez Ramos On February 13, 1996, the case was dismissed because the protestant [Defensor-Santiago] was subsequently elected and began assuming her duties as Senator of the Philippines in June 1995. Hence, the protest became moot & academic. PET Case No. 002: for President Ronald Allan Poe vs.… Read more
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