Garay v. COMELEC (G.R. No. 121331; August 28, 1996)

CASE DIGEST: GERRY B. GARAY, petitioner, vs. COMMISSION ON ELECTIONS and JAIME GATA, JR., respondents. [G.R. No. 121331. August 28, 1996]

FACTS:
ISSUE: Did the Commission on Elections commit grave abuse of discretion in setting aside the results of a special election it called due to a failure of elections and in declaring the winner on the basis of a tally board and a certificate of votes in the previous regular elections?
RULING:
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