The local anonymous collective , “Anonymous Philippines” just published a video concerning this year’s election that is basically addressed to Comelec.
Anonymous noted in the video, that constitution stated a fact, “Sovereignty resides in the people and all government authority emanates from them.” One of the processes by which people exercise their sovereignty is through voting in an election- where people choose the candidates who will best represent them, who will serve them under the principle that “Public office is a public trust.”
It also talks about Center for People Empowerment in Governance (CenPEG) report in May 2010 election, incidents regarding CF cards not being properly sealed and allegedly having been tampered with, security issues on CF cards.
“Vulnerable to widespread glitches and favorable for electronic rigging including possible pre-loading of election results,” as their conclusion.
It then discusses the fast approaching May 2013 election. And several question have been raised.
Has the Comelec already purged its records of invalid and dead registrants? No. Can dead people vote? Why is it that those born in the 1900s up to 1930s who are already deceased or who are no longer capable of exercising their right to vote are still included in the voters’ lists?
“Comelec, it is your mandate to protect the integrity of our votes. The people want an honest election. We demand legitimate election results. We hope for encouraging changes in the electoral system. Through the exercise of our right to vote, we long for our hopes, dreams and aspirations to be realized,” they added.
The video then ended of their proof, where we can observe data from the comelec website being downloaded for local viewing.