THE Philippine National Police (PNP) expects no major security problem to crop-up during Monday’s village elections where at least 15 people have been killed in 20 politically motivated incidents recorded ahead of the village polls. The PNP deputy chief for administration, Director Gen. Ager Ontog said that the police are always prepared and ready to enforce the law to ensure a very peaceful village polls on Monday (October 28). “We expect that the elections will be fair and peaceful . . . we are not expecting that much of a problem during the barangay [village]elections,” Ontog told reporters in a chance interview in Camp Crame.