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The director confirmed.
Darryl Yap's sequel to the highly controversial Maid in Malacañang is apparently in the works. According to reports, his next film, Martyr or Murder, is set to debut in 2023, which would coincide with the 37th anniversary of the EDSA People Power Revolution. ...
To the dismay of teachers.
The Department of Education (DepEd) has some explaining to do. Modules renaming the Martial Law years as the period of "New Society" surfaced online last week, prompting concerns from teachers, parents, and more. Senator Risa Hontiveros pointed out the one-sided depiction of ...
The Marcoses have a standing contempt order that stems from a lawsuit for human rights violations during Marcos Sr.'s rule.
This week, President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., together with his economic team, will be meeting with world leaders and businessmen during his first U.S. visit as the country's head of state. He is set to speak before the 77th United Nations General Assembly ...
He is not exactly out of the Marcos administration.
According to Press Secretary Trixie Cruz-Angeles, President Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos, Jr. has accepted the resignation of Atty. Vic Rodriguez as the administration's executive secretary.This is confirmed by Rodriguez, as well. In a Facebook post, Rodriguez thanked the president for extending the privilege ...
Here's what President Marcos Sr. said in his first SONA.
Editor's Note: Delivered annually before a joint session of Congress, the State of the Nation Address outlines the Philippine president's priorities for the next 12 months. The first SONA, which comes after inauguration, sets the tone for the rest of their term.Ahead of ...
The bill is 'divisive, reeks of politics,' ex-senator says.
Former Sen. Franklin Drilon on Wednesday hit the proposal to rename Ninoy Aquino International Airport after former President Ferdinand Marcos Sr., saying it would not sit well with the call for unity of the current administration.Drilon, who served as Senate Minority Leader in the previous ...
A crash course on history, sans revisionism.
On the 21st of September in 1972, then-President Ferdinand Marcos declared Martial Law in the Philippines. It’s been almost five decades since that dark day, and we commemorate those who fell victim to the atrocities of that time. Some would argue that ...
Two Americans secretly taped Marcos revealing the plot to retake Malacañang.
After the success of the EDSA People Power Revolution, Ferdinand Marcos and his family were forced into exile in the United States. On February 25, 1986, the dictator fled to Hawaii via Guam, where he would live out the remainder of his ...
A quick look at the impact of authoritarian rule on infrastructure, debt, GDP, inflation and the stock market.
To family and supporters of the former President Ferdinand Marcos, his declaration of martial law on September 23, 1972 (though he antedated the official document to September 21) remains a watershed event that ushered in what some of them consider to be ...
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