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Senator-Elect Alan Peter Cayetano, who faced Marcos in the 2016 vice-presidential elections, made the remark shortly after the Comelec proclaimed him a winner, along with 11 other senatorial bets in the so-called Magic 12. READ:

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Presumptive president Ferdinand Marcos Jr. will not be able to name his own appointee to the SC after incumbent President Duterte named CA Justice Maria Filomena Singh to replace Senior Associate Justice Estela Perlas-Bernabe, who retired on May 14. READ:

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Presumptive president Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr. should be given a chance to lead despite the criticisms his family received, according to Senator-elect Alan Peter Cayetano. Read:

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PH Here's a snapshot of how the Philippine regions voted. Bongbong Marcos owes the Dutertes for a large margin of victory, but underlying tensions may be emerging in the alliance ⬇️

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Chinese President Xi Jinping highlights presumptive Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos Jr.'s role as a "builder, supporter, and promoter" of Philippine-Chinese friendship.

Presumptive president Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr. should be given a chance to lead despite the criticisms his family received, according to Senator-elect Alan Peter Cayetano. Read:

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Give Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. a chance to prove what he could do as president, but people should not follow him “blindly,” Senator-Elect Alan Peter Cayetano said on Wednesday. | @NAMercadoINQ 

Presumptive president Ferdinand Marcos Jr. will not be able to name his own appointee to the Supreme Court until 2025. | @NCorralesINQ , PDI

The country’s largest television broadcaster assured stockholders of a “harmonious and proper” relationship with the incoming Marcos administration while forecasting larger profits in 2022. | @miguelrcamusINQ , Philippine Daily Inquirer

Even if Marcos were to actively engage Beijing – and that’s not a given – there are hard limits to Chinese influence in the Philippines.

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It's official - a cancel COC case vs presumptive President Bongbong Marcos reaches Supreme Court. Ted Te group's petition for certiorari tells SC: "A candidate's putative election victory cannot cure his ineligibility. Elections are more than just a numbers game." | via @lianbuan 

Ferdinand Marcos Jr. will be the Philippines’ next president. His family history involves a dictatorship, billions of stolen dollars, thousands of designer shoes and murder. But he calls that "fake news."

WATCH: In his first presscon after the presumptive win of his boss, Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos Jr., Vic Rodriguez ignores questions on how the incoming chief diplomat can travel to the United States with a standing contempt order there. Full story:

Angry young voters gathered in Manila on Tuesday to protest Ferdinand Marcos Jr., the son and namesake of the former dictator, who clinched a landslide victory this week in one of the most divisive presidential elections in modern Philippine history.

American financial services giant J.P. Morgan dropped the Philippines to the bottom of an investment list in a new report released after it became clear Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. was headed for a landslide win on Monday’s presidential elections. ...

News out of Asia is insane today. PH 36 years after People Power in the Philippines, the son of former dictator Ferdinand Marcos is set to be the next president. Yet it's people power in LK Sri Lanka as PM Rajapaksa steps down and they've literally burned his house down. 🔥

Vice-President Leni Robredo, who drew hundreds of thousands to her final rally in Manila, is the only genuine challenger to Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos jnr in Monday’s presidential election | @ChrisBarrett_ 

CONFIRMED. The Bureau of Internal Revenue sent a written demand to the Marcos family in December 2021 to pay their estate taxes liability worth P203 billion, according to its commissioner Caesar Dulay. #VotePH  READ:

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Bongbong Marcos: The man attempting to revive a corrupt political dynasty

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