Wednesday, May 12, 2010

FRAUD AND MANIPULATION IN A NATIONAL ELECTION


These two EVIL words have always been associated with National elections. I am not particularly certain how relevant these words are to other country’s election, but it very well is in ours for the past decades. And this is the main reason for the big leap we have taken for this election, upgrading from manual to automated National Election. Though it being the very first time and still very fresh (actually have not released yet the final result) there still are no revelations for any “automated” ways done to have had purposely manipulated results.

Naturally, there are doubts that it truly have gone on as smoothly and as clean as it seems. One cannot just accept the fact that ALL candidates accepted the change and suddenly fought head-on.

But then, that’s how it looks like. Positively, there been NO biased and violent reactions coming from candidates who have ranked 3rd and below. In fact, most are graciously conceding to leading candidates comes one after another. “Concession is highly unusual for an election” according to a commentator, “but not a first in the Philippines since there have been one in the 1935 election by the name of Gregorio Aglipay”. Only a few pre-election untoward incidents transpired this 2010 election with a few fatalities/injuries (this coming from areas with very common such happenings).

At this early time, it is then worth voicing out that the first automated national election is turning out to be a success. Hopefully it will be proclaimed as such.

DOES YOUR COUNTRY UNDERGO AUTOMATED ELECTION AS WELL? IS IT ALSO AS PEACEFUL AND AS SUCCESSFUL?


1 comments:

lina@happy family said...

Not yet, we haven't yet applied automated election here...

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