Marcos, Imelda

Marcos, Imelda:

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, 1917–89, Philippine political leader. A lawyer and aide to Manuel Roxas (1946–47), he was elected to congress in 1949, serving in the House of Representatives (1949–59) and Senate (1959–65).
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Former Senator Bongbong Marcos, Imelda's son, has apologized for the incident, vowing to help the hospitalized guests.
Kabataan representative Sarah Elago said the decision of the anti-graft Sandiganbayan was "an insult to the Martial Law victims, their families, and Filipinos who have long been deprived of justice since the Marcos regime." Then-President Ferdinand Marcos, Imelda's husband, declared military rule in 1972.
Marcos, Imelda who was a friend of the late Edith N.
Khashoggi was arrested in Switzerland and extradited to New York to be indicted together with Marcos, Imelda and others under the antiracketeering law.
Marcos, Imelda, and their myrmidons bragged, and continue to brag, that they built kilometers of roads, built edifices that impressed all observers, and electrified remote barrios.
He said Marcos, Imelda, their children and Ver were moved to the 13AF Distinguished Visitor Quarters.