Marcos has, once again, in 2016 as in 1984, become the issue. President Duterte’s campaign against corruption becomes irrelevant when he allows the government to honor the dictator who stole billions of dollars. His mantra about change becomes a mockery when he seeks to rehabilitate the unrepentant.
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Will political dynasties end under Duterte’s promise of federalism?2018/07/23
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