, the leader of the opposition coalition declined to elaborate on the supposed complaints, noting that they have to verfiy them first.
But if proven to be true, they will "definitely" seek legal action, he
"Siyempre (Of course).
I'll search for the truth at saka para maiwasang mangyari pang muli (so they will not happen again)," Binay, president of the opposition coalition said in an interview after gracing the 34th National Conference of Employers in Pasay last Thursday.
whose daughter, Nancy Binay
, is among the 12 elected senators had earlier aired his
dismay over alleged "magic" involving the precinct count optical scan (PCOS) machines of the Commission on Elections
(Comelec) through a joke during the 106th Annual Convention
and Scientific Meetings of the Philippine Medical Association
at the historic landmark Manila Hotel last week.
"Mayroon din pala kayong Comelec.
Sana walang problema sa PCOS machine (I learned that you also have your own Comelec.
I hope you did not encounter a problem with your PCOS machine)," Binay
jokingly told PMA members who had just elected their new set of officers.
In yet another jab at the recently concluded elections, Binay
told the doctors who are aspiring to run for public office to wait for PCOS machines to be phased out before running for public office.
said, noting that based on his
experience, it is the doctor-politicians who usually beat lawyer-politicians in the world of politics especially in provinces which long for services of physicians.
"Hintayin niyo lang mawala ang PCOS kasi maraming magic noong nakaraang halalan (Just wait for the time that PCOS will be phased out so you won't have to deal with some 'magic' as in the last election)," said Binay
, drawing laughter from the crowd.