The voting controversy that happened at Greenwood Executive Village, which is fairly common during elections is trending all over.
The 2022 election was ongoing in Greenwood Executive Village when the voting scandal broke out.
The Greenwood Executive Village Election Explained
During the voting at Greenwood Executive village, they experience voting scandal which is very common during the election.
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A shootout between two groups affiliated with competitors for mayor killed four people and injured nine others in Philipines over the weekend and on Monday.
This happened at the northern province of Ilocos Sur on Sunday. Separately, police in Maguindanao’s southern town claimed five rounds of grenades were shot in a municipal hall, resulting in a gunfight with the police.
Anti-Marcos activist groups staged a “Black Friday” protest outside the Elections Commission canvassing center.
Videos on social media from Lanao del Sur showed people attacking a voting facility and destroying ballots and machinery. According to an election official, the administration is looking into the incident.
In the Philippines, violence is prevalent before elections, and the government deployed 270,000 police and military troops on Monday to prevent such assaults.
There were allegations of faulty voting equipment and some voters having trouble finding their names on voter registration registers at elementary schools that had been transformed into polling sites.
Marlon Casquejo, an election official, claimed the administration had tallied 143 malfunctioning devices around the country at a press conference. He said that these were generally “isolated events,” and that the problem was caused by obsolete equipment.