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    Statement of Georgina Hernandez

    20 November 2016 Georgina Hernandez Spokesperson, Office of the Vice President

    Over the weekend, supporters of Vice President Leni Robredo expressed concern about alleged plans of recounting ballots without the direction of the Presidential Election Tribunal.

    The objective is to steal the vice presidency from VP Leni.

    This fear and grave concern are exacerbated by the way the Marcoses sneaked the burial of the dictator from the Filipino public.

    To get what they desperately want, they have resorted to impunity and complete disregard for the rule of law.

    We urge everyone to be more vigilant about any extralegal movements during this dark time in our history and we thank those who remain committed to a free and just society.

    We continue to have faith in our judicial system and we believe that any decision will be based on truth.

    Posted in Press Releases on Nov 20, 2016