If anyone is interested, I understand that PRC officially issued a resolution. PRC maintains that it had to take time (more than one month) to release the exam results because PRC carefully checked the exam scores from the several regions of the country. The exam (pencil and paper type) was taken by more than 40,000 students at the same time for 2 straight days in different regions of the country. Prior to releasing the results (only around 40% passed), PRC considered a lot of factors including recommendations from statisticians, examination scoring experts and is fully aware of its regulatory authority and functions under the law.
The said resolution was questioned by a group of individuals (most of whom are, reportedly, students and honor graduates from only one big university who failed in the exam and also some of their teachers). Upon consultation with their lawyer, they recently brought the matter to the court of appeals which is now being asked to decide if the PRC acted with grave abuse of discretion in issuing the questioned resolution or whether PRC acted whimsically. In the meantime that the court of appeals will hear the arguments of the parties, under court procedure rules, PRC is ordered (temporarily) not to implement the questioned resolution. After the hearing, the court of appeals will decide either to lift or to maintain the temporary restraining order. Either parties may move for reconsideration or raise the decision to the supreme court for review (only if they want to). In other words, the matter is now with the court.
As to the investigation of the allegations, this is the subject of a separate process in the PRC and in the NBI. If there is evidence, cases can be filed in court either for prosecution or for administrative liabilities. In other words, this matter is an ongoing process separate from the case which was brought recently to the court of appeals.
Sadly, as in any democracy where freedom of the press and free speech are fundamental, some of the country's politicians have entered the picture and either conducted their congress committee's investigation or contributed their esteemed opinion to the delight of the "responsible" press. Sadly also, the press (local and foreign) failed (as in many cases) to give a balanced and fair reporting of the facts, and even contributed to misinformation and false news.
I would like to believe that professional or responsible people anywhere in the world would be discerning, responsible and cautious in whatever they think, see, read, listen to, say or do. I hope everyone will believe and be responsible, cautious and discerning.