By DAVAO TODAY
Kontra Daya said the military and police gathered all the voters of clustered precinct 22 on Thursday — those coming from puroks 1, 4, 9, 10 and 11 — in the village hall to explain that their presence is for peacekeeping. “Voters felt otherwise. Many felt harassed and scared,” Kontra Daya said.
By DANILDA L. FUSILERO
Jay Apiag, Kontra Daya coordinator for North Cotabato province said their forecast was due to delays brought about by glitches of PCOS (precinct count optical scan) machines, the heavy rains that started 3 PM Monday and blackouts in the villages of Katipunan and Amas.
A volunteer of poll watchdog Kontra Daya-Southern Mindanao records reports from their teams dispatched in the different areas in the…
By JOHN RIZLE L. SALIGUMBA
Jeffrey (not his real name) said his wife and the rest of the 1,700 residents in their village were also given the same amount each by one Elisa Madulog at around 11 AM Sunday. “They prepared a list of those who will vote and who will not,” he said.
By CHERYLL D. FIEL
As the reliability of the PCOS source code remains in question, Professor Aya Ragragio, coordinator of poll watchdog Kontra Daya in Southern Mindanao, said, “(T)he task to monitor the polls remains daunting.”
By MARILOU AGUIRRE-TUBURAN
“Sa dugay nang panahon, walay pagduhaduha ang mga magtutudlo nga mohatag sa ilang tinuoray nga serbisyo aron lang gyud mogawas ang tinuod nga resulta sa eleksyon. Maong sakit kaayo paminawon nga tawagon mi’g istupido ug limtanon.” — Elenito Escalante, president of the Alliance of Concerned Teachers of the Philippines Davao Region Union
By DAVAO TODAY POOLED REPORT
“We regret that the poor outcome of the FTS would reflect the outcome of the actual polls, which could lead to election failure.” — Aya Ragrario, University of the Philippines professor and convener of Kontra Daya