The Palace denied it has a plan to impeach the winning president and install the Vice President who comes from the Liberal Party to continue its agenda.
"Masyado yatang malawak na imahinasyon ang ginagamit sa ganyang mga scenario," Communication Secretary Herminio Coloma Jr. said on Tuesday (May 10).
There is circulating report that the palace is hatching a "Plan B" in case vice presidential bet Leni Robredo wins the vice presidency.
Coloma said its just a product of the imagination. He said that impeachment could only originate from Congress and there is still no assurance of the composition of a new Congress would be dominated by the administration.
This kind of thinking is reckless and irresponsible, he said, adding it's also a waste of time.
Robredo and Sen. Ferdinand Marcos Jr. are fighting for the vice presidency, with Robredo ahead in the counting with around 200,000 votes as of Tuesday afternoon. (PCOO News Release)