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Robredo and Marcos, in Their Own Words

They said it.
IMAGE Geloy Concepcion / Francisco Guerrero
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As the poll recount begins today, the country begins its wait for the Presidential Electoral Tribunal to declare with finality who of the two candidates won the hotly contested vice presidential elections of 2016.

In the meantime, we take a look back to when we spoke to Vice President Leni Robredo (which we did for our December 2016 cover story) and to Bongbong Marcos (for our June 2014 issue), to get a sense of the mind of the person who will occupy the second-highest office in the land.

VICE PRESIDENT LENI ROBREDO

We spoke to Vice President Robredo for our December 2016 issue, at the end of a controversial and hotly debated election year. Read the feature here.


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FERDINAND MARCOS, JR.

In July 2014, we asked Senator Bongbong Marcos to write an alternate State of the Nation address as a response to the current SONA, then delivered by President Benigno Aquino, Jr.


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