Atty. Rivera Asks Comelec for a Fair Election in Overseas Absentee Voting (Must Watch)


An Alleged Irregularities in Absentee Voting for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) was the main reason why the viral lawyer from San Beda, Atty. Bruce Rivera to asks the Commission on Elections for a fair and clean election in light of the reported irregularities.

Watch the Emotional Video of Atty. Rivera:

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Posted by Bruce V. Rivera on Sunday, April 10, 2016


Atty. Rivera was alarmed by the information he has been receiving so the lawyer beseeched the poll body to take action for an orderly election that is acceptable to all parties. There were reports posted online about the alleged irregularities such as the highlighted name of Mar Roxas and Leni Robredo, no serial number and many other issues raised by OFW's.

The San Beda lawyer posted another video that went viral already after it was posted online, he emotionally called on all Filipino voters and did something which is unexpected, he removed his Duterte shirt, signifying that he is not speaking as a Duterte supporter but just an ordinary Filipino voters, who is free from burdens of personal interest.

Atty. Rivera asked the Filipino voters to make their own video asking the Comelec to ensure a clean and fair election and preserve the sanctity of votes, regardless of their presidential preference or religion. He also appealed to Filipino voters not to sell their votes by accepting money, to avoid falling prey to cheaters and the most important thing is that they could ebe a true Filipino voters.

The popular San Beda lawyer also expressed his dismay and sadness because he said his rights as Filipino is slowly being trampled upon by politicians who wants to take away our freedom of suffrage.


Atty. Rivera Asks Comelec for a Fair Election in Overseas Absentee Voting (Must Watch) Atty. Rivera Asks Comelec for a Fair Election in Overseas Absentee Voting (Must Watch) Reviewed by Phil Newsome on 4/11/2016 Rating: 5

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