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Catholic nuns join petition to overturn dismissal of Marcos disqualification case

Martial law survivors and activists filed the petition for certiorari on Wednesday, May 18

Leni Robredo vows to ‘fight lies’

"We need to accept the decision of the majority and I implore everyone to be with me on this" - Leni Robredo

Historical revisionism is lurking

Marcos Jr. has lamented that he was at the receiving end of widespread disinformation and was victimized by fake news

US, China congratulate Marcos for election victory

Ahead of the elections, Marcos said he would seek "engagement" with China rather than confrontation over their rival claims

Triumphant Marcos faces high expectations from poor

An urban poor settler predicts that by the end of Marcos Jr's six-year term "there will be a lot of jobs," enough to go around

Ferdinand Marcos Jr claims victory in Philippine election

With an initial count almost complete, Ferdinand Marcos Jr, popularly known as "Bongbong," has secured over 56 percent of the vote

Marcos’ victory shows failure of Catholic Church leaders to form faithful

“The efforts to form the people should be consistent throughout and not only when it’s close to elections”

Pariah to president: Marcos returns family to Philippines supremacy

Despite his own father's concerns about his "carefree and lazy" nature, Marcos Jr, 64, made it to the ultimate post

Rights groups urge Marcos to take ‘immediate, decisive action’ to improve...

The group urged Marcos to publicly order the military, police, and security forces to cease targeting activists and human rights defenders

Marcos holds commanding lead in Philippine presidential poll

Nearly 40 years after his namesake father was deposed by a popular revolt, Ferdinand Marcos Jr was seen doubling the tally of his rival

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