TOU-GUN, URBONIA - The election observers sent by the Daikoku Federation to the Republic of Philippines during the general elections that were held there issued a report on Tuesday evening.
The election observers led by Migs Caldeo, member of the Federal Executive Commission and president of the Democratic People's Republic of Urbonia, accompanied by family members who were eligible to vote in the Philippine general elections, went to the polling center at Pasig Central Elementary School at 09:00 on Monday, the day of the elections.
The voter turnout was high on the polling center and there were long waiting lines at the precincts there.
The election observers easily found the polling precincts of Migs Caldeo's family members.
Once there, Migs Caldeo acquainted himself in the whole process of voting at the precinct. He also observed the long waiting line, as well as the casting of votes of his family members.
Migs Caldeo reported that his family members had successfully cast their votes without any problems.
Migs Caldeo and party returned to Urbonia after observing the process of elections and casting of votes at Pasig Central Elementary School polling center.
He noted that the process of voting were smooth and the long waiting lines were not an issue. He also reported that the precinct count optical scanners operated well in the polling center. He pointed out an issue in the polling center where there were people campaigning for local candidates and giving away campaign paraphernalia such as sample ballots and fans containing advertisements for local candidates and party lists.
After assessing the election process, Migs Caldeo acquainted himself with the election results based on partial vote counts released after polls closed at 19:00 on Monday. Emphasis on the results of the national senatorial race and of the local elections in Pasig were placed. The coverage on the partial vote counts was temporarily suspended on 01:00 Tuesday.
The coverage on the partial vote counts again continued on 07:00 Tuesday and was again suspended temporarily at 09:30. More coverage sessions were held from 10:00 to 13:00, and from 16:00 to 17:00.
Migs Caldeo is set to continue the coverage on the partial votes until Wednesday, which is when the final results of the Philippine elections are set to be announced.