Marcos


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Marcos

Ferdinand (Edralin). 1917--89, Filipino statesman; president of the Philippines from 1965; deposed and exiled in 1986
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Bonner seems more anguished by Carter's failure to rein in Marcos than about Reagan's unthinking approval of whatever Marcos wanted to do.
'However, the issue deteriorated into a debate involving regional interests that never was resolved,' said Marcos, whose father, the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos, was buried at the Libingan ng Mga Bayani at the insistence of the family and on orders of President Rodrigo Duterte, a beneficiary of an unspecified amount of campaign donation by the Marcos family.
Imelda Marcos (Ilocos Norte, 2nd District), initially filed her candidacy for the gubernatorial race in Ilocos Nortebut she withdrew November last year.
Sources said Marcos suffered a stroke Friday night at the comfort room of the Laoag International Airport.
In its resolution, the court cited Marcos' right to avail of legal remedies against her conviction.
The legal counsel and spokesman of Marcos, lawyer Vic Rodriguez, on the other hand, issued a challenge to Robredo.
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Mr Duterte said Marcos, who died in 1989, is qualified to be buried at the military-run cemetery as a soldier and as a former president.
Marcos is the son of Ferdinand Marcos, who served as president and later dictator of the Philippines from 1965 to 1986.
Benigno Aquino, a known political foe of Marcos and who was assassinated in 1983 upon returning to the Philippines.
Afterwards, via Twitter, Marcos said "Don't know what to say...
Henck's well-written and well-researched study of Marcos is augmented by more than twenty interviews granted by Marcos since 1994.