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The Philippine National Police will manage with maximum tolerance the protesters who will stage a rally against issues in connection with the recently concluded 2022 elections, its spokesperson Police Colonel Jean Fajardo said in a report by GMA News.

At the Laging Handa public briefing, Fajardo said PNP officer-in-charge  Police Lieutenant General Vicente Danao Jr. gave the instruction to their personnel.

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“Nagbigay na po ng instruction 'yung ating OIC si Police Lieutenant General Vicente Danao na ang mga magbabantay po para po dito sa gagawing protesta ay to exercise maximum restraint and tolerance nga,” she said.

(Our OIC Police Lieutenant General Vicente Danao already gave an instruction to the personnel who will monitor these protests to exercise maximum restraint and tolerance.)

Fajardo added the PNP will ensure security of these activities and manage the traffic situation around the venues of the protest actions.

On Tuesday, groups from the youth and labor sectors gathered in front of the Commission on Elections main office in Intramuros, Manila  to protest the results of the elections.

The groups were reportedly opposed to the looming victory of former senator Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. in the presidential race.

Marcos Jr. leads with 31,103,793 votes based on partial and unofficial count from the COMELEC Transparency Media Server with 98.35% of election returns already processed as of 2:17 p.m., Thursday.


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