SC allows Marcos burial at LNMB

By: - November 08, 2016

Ilocos Governor Imee Marcos gives the victory sign after the favorable decision of the Supreme Court on the burial of her father, former President Ferdinand Marcos, at the Libingan ng mga Bayani. Voting 9-5, the high court dismissed the petition filed by human rights groups and victims of martial law.

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<span>Ilocos Governor Imee Marcos gives the victory sign after the favorable decision of the Supreme Court on the burial of her father, former President Ferdinand Marcos, at the Libingan ng mga Bayani. Voting 9-5, the high court dismissed the petition filed by human rights groups and victims of martial law.
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