We talk to independent journalist and activist Stefan Christoff of Montreal, who was a member of the People's International Observers Mission during the Philippines' May 10th elections.  We ask him about the legitimacy and transparency of the vote and discuss human-rights abuses during the election process.

( Photo: A man places the first official election results on a tally board by the National Board of Canvassers at the House of Representatives in Quezon City, north of Manila, Philippines on Thursday May 27, 2010. The National Board of Canvassers, tasked to officially tally votes for the country's presidential and vice-presidential elections, started opening overseas absentee votes Thursday. President-apparent Sen. Benigno Aquino III remains unofficially declared but is set to be sworn in June 30 after the election in which automated vote-counting machines were used for the first time, leading to some glitches.  AP Photo/Aaron Favila  )

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