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Ferdinand Romualdez Marcos Jr. starts his presidency by painting a hopeful picture of the Philippines – even as vestiges of the Marcos past remain. Read this in-depth piece by Bea Cupin:

United States President Joe Biden invited ferdinand marcos jr'>President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. to Washington, further cementing Marcos’ immunity in the US despite a $353-million contempt judgment by a US court.

US President Joe Biden has invited Pres. Ferdinand Marcos Jr. to go to the United States, PH Ambassador to US Jose Manuel Romualdez confirms. | via @annafelicia_ 

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US President Joe Biden has invited ferdinand marcos jr'>President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. to Washington, the first foreign head of state to formally extend such a gesture to the country’s newly installed leader. READ:

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In a text message on Saturday, July 2, National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) ferdinand lavin'>Deputy Director Ferdinand Lavin confirmed to Rappler that the NBI filed murder charges for the death of eight New Bilibid Prison inmates who supposedly died of COVID-19. READ:

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ferdinand'>President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has vetoed a bill that would have granted tax perks to a proposed special economic zone backed by a key campaign supporter. READ:

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The inauguration of ferdinand marcos jr'>President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. was a visual spectacle of what modern Filipino fashion could be all about. READ:

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In his first full day in office, ferdinand marcos jr'>President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. vetoed the bill creating the Bulacan Airport City Special Economic Zone and Freeport. READ:

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On June 30, the Philippines inaugurated Pres. Ferdinand Marcos Jr., son of a former leader overthrown in 1986. Revisit this FRONTLINE Dispatch episode, where Filipino journalist & Nobel Peace Prize winner @mariaressa  talks disinformation & press freedom.

ferdinand marcos jr'>President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. wants to bring rice prices down to just P20 per kilo. With immense funding, he can, especially now that he has assumed the position of agriculture chief. But this comes at a cost. Read this in-depth piece by Ralf Rivas:

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'DARK AND TRYING TIMES' LOOK: The entire campus of De La Salle University - Dasmariñas goes dark and silent on Thursday night, June 30, following the inauguration of ferdinand marcos jr'>President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. 📷 De La Salle University - Dasmariñas/Facebook

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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. 🔥

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:

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. ...

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_ 

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."

Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos Jr. is celebrating a landslide victory in the Philippines presidential election, an extraordinary comeback for a family once best known for widespread human rights abuses and the plunder of an estimated $10 billion

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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.

MARTIAL LAW IN NUMBERS On this day 49 years ago, dictator Ferdinand Marcos placed the entire country under martial law — remembered by many Filipinos as one of the darkest chapters in Philippine history. Here's a look back at the martial law:

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