Puzzling delay in Marcos protest
This is in connection with the editorial, “Suspicious dilly-dallying” (10/18/19).
While we understand that the election protest lodged by losing vice-presidential candidate Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. before the Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET) needs meticulous examination, we cannot comprehend why it is taking the PET so long to decide, or to release what they have discovered.
It has been over three years now and the whole nation has been like a rudderless boat in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. What is the Supreme Court waiting for?
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