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Comelec decommissions transparency media server

The Commission on Elections (Comelec) has shut down operations of the transparency media server (TMS) at the Quadricentennial Pavilion, at the University of Santo Tomas on Friday, May 13.


In a letter signed by Director James Jimenez, all political parties, accredited media organizations and accredited citizens’ arm were informed that the transparency media server room will be decommissioned.

Based on Comelec’s data and the last feed from the transparency server, it has processed and was able to receive 98.35 percent of election returns. At the same venue, the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV) is conducting a parallel count.

Through utilization of the transparency server, PPCRV conducts a matching of the electronically transmitted election returns (ERs) with the physically printed ones which are both generated by the Vote Counting Machines (VCMs).

Based on the last feed from the TMS, Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. is still leading the race for the country’s top post with as much as 31,104,175 votes.

Comelec also announced that it will conduct a backup of the TMS on Saturday, May 14 at the same venue in UST.

Credit belongs to : www.mb.com.ph


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