Brillantes is ready to put his reputation at stake to prove that there were no anomalies in the may 13 polls

May 23, 2013 10:35 pm 

MANILA, May 23 — Commission on Elections (Comelec) Chairman Sixto Brillantes is ready to put his reputation at stake to prove that there were no anomalies in the results of the recently concluded May 13 midterm polls.

“Definitely walang fraud sigurado ko, kasi ang sinasabi nila pattern ibig sabihin prinogram ‘yun, definitely walang naka program tataya ko ung reputasyon ko walang nag program,” he said.

The poll body chief is reacting on the statement of AES watch calling for the formation of an independent panel to investigate the 60-30-10 pattern in the votes garnered by administration, opposition and independent candidates in the senatorial polls.

Brillantes added that if there was a pattern, it’s just a coincidence.

He noted to prove that there was no pattern, they are willing to open all the ballots, adding that he is ready to bet on it that 98 to 99 percent of the results in the ballots and the precinct count optical scan (PCOS) are the same.

“In fact ang sabi ko nga (para mapatunayan na walang pattern), ang final evidence bubuksan natin ‘yung balota buong Pilipinas, lalaban ako ng pustahan 98 to 99 percent ‘yung balota at pcos pareho ng resulta,” Brillantes said.

He added that they are also opening the source code for review since there were reports that the reason why there is a pattern on the votes because no review on the source that was conducted.

“Pinapa review na namin ‘yung source code ngayon, iopen na namin, iniinvite na namin na party na reviewhin, walang makikitang pattern,” the poll body chief said.

Meanwhile, Brillantes said that they will be coming up with a report next week on the issue of transmittal problem and corrupted compact flash (CF) cards as they want to finish first the canvassing of the votes for party-list.

“Maglalabas kami ng report next week as soon as we finish the party-list. We will be coming out with a report and I will make a personal report about what happened,” he said. (PNA)



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