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Henrietta T. de Villa


Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting


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PCS, PPCRV tie up for automated elections [cached]

"The results of our (PPCRV and PCS) count are very important," said PPCRV Chairman Henrietta de Villa.
"The MOA will ensure that we will have a means to verify whether the results of the Commission of Elections (COMELEC) tally will be the same with that of our count," said De Villa. "It also puts us in touch with the rest of the country." De Villa also stressed that, "It's important to assure the public that there is a way to validate the results of the 2010 automated polls." Should the results of the PPCRV/PCS count differ with that of the COMELEC tally, De Villa said manual counting of the ballots may be pushed. "If the results are different, we will go to recounting of the ballots by re-feeding them to the machines," De Villa added.

News | Irish Pinoy - Part 14 [cached]

Marami, it's all over," PPCRV head Henrietta de Villa told radio dzMM in an interview.
De Villa said several PPCRV volunteers reported that voters were allegedly being paid between P1,500 up to P3,000. She said the initial reports came from the Lingayen-Dagupan area in Pangasinan province, Puerto Princesa in Palawan, Novaliches in Metro Manila, Surigao provinces and Ilocos Sur. The PPCRV has also received reports of vote buying in Antipolo City in Rizal, in Maguindanao province, and in Batangas province. Based on reports of PPCRV volunteers, local candidates appear to have deployed vote buyers in their rival's bailiwicks and paid people not to vote. "Nilalagyan ng indelible ink na ang daliri ang botanteng nabili nila ang boto. Basta huwag ka lang bumoto sa kalaban ko (They are marking the voters fingers with indelible inks to prevent them from actually voting. Just don't vote for my opponent)," De Villa said. Comparing their experiences with past elections, she said vote buying appears to be more prominent this time than reports about poll violence and problems encountered in the distribution of election paraphernalia. De Villa said politicians could have resorted to direct vote-buying because it's harder to cheat in automated elections. Barred PPCRV volunteers De Villa said they have also received reports that their volunteers are being prevented from entering polling centers in several provinces. In Romblon province, she said their watchers have been banned from entering all clustered precincts in the province. According to officials assigned to the polling centers, the provincial election supervisor of Romblon did not give them official notices that PPCRV watchers should be allowed to enter the voting precincts. De Villa said the PPCRV is trying to coordinate with the Commission on Elections (Comelec) to solve the problem. "We will call [the Comelec] right away and tell them our watchers are being barred from entering precincts," she said. She said they have deployed at least 1 million volunteers nationwide even before voting commenced at 7 a.m. on Monday

3 G’S at work during Barangay elections – PHL Officials | Manila Channel [cached]

Former ambassador and Chairperson of Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV), Henrietta Tita De Villa, believed that the barangay election this year has become partisan and more violent.
"Violence has really escalated. Vote-buying, too, and sadly even vote-selling," De Villa said. Moreover, De Villa pointed out that the "usual" problems - voters not finding their names in the official Election Day Computerized Voters List (EDCVL), violence, and vote-buying - are hounding today's barangay polls as in previous years. She also stated that there are less PPCRV volunteers in today's polls compared to the previous national elections. PPCRV has only 100,000 volunteers out in the field for the barangay elections compared to the 370,000 volunteers on May and 670,000 in the 2010 national elections. De Villa explained that this is because their volunteers have to take a leave from poll duties if they have relatives running, and since it was a barangay election, more of their volunteers are connected to the candidates. "We have to keep our being non-partisan," she added. Meanwhile, a PPCRV volunteer in Cotabato was punched by a barangay chairman candidate who refused to leave the polling precinct after voting. "We urge our volunteers to report incidence of violence to the PNP and the AFP. Makipag-ugnayan. We are always part of the security team," De Villa said. She encouraged voters to directly report election-related offenses to the Board of Election Tellers (BET) for the cases to be included in the official precinct minutes.

Laity prays, fasts for priests at recollection on August 22 [cached]

The final talk will be given by Ambassador Henrietta T. de Villa, head of the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV).

PPCRV seeks reform of party-list system - Diario Veritas [cached]

According to the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV) chairperson Henrietta de Villa, it is high time for the COMELEC to cleanse its official registry of dubious marginalized sectors.

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