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and walked for 7.4 kilometers to a dumpsite in Barangay Inayawan.They brought the effigy of Marcos – a replica of the Dictator’s remains placed inside a glass coffin at a mausoleum in his hometown in Batac, Ilocos Norte. The protesters then climbed the mountain of trash and buried the effigy using eight shovels.In a statement, Presidential Assistant for the Visayas Michael Diño said the traffic situation in Metro Cebu needed unified efforts of national and local governments.
The articles will focus on how the former Davao City mayor has coped with the challenges of the presidency in five major areas that Filipinos consider most important in their lives: peace and order, traffic, economy, governance and foreign policy.Some also carried placards that read “Marcos is not a hero.” Teody Navea, secretary general of Sanlakas, said the eight shovels symbolized the sectors that were affected by the dictatorship.These were the labor, urban poor, fisher folks, farmers, vendors, women, indigenous people, and youth sectors.Among those who joined the protest action were Cebu City Mayor Tomas Osmeña and retired judge Mienrado Paredes who was imprisoned during Martial Law.(CDN/ TONEE DESPOJO) CEBU CITY — She was in her 30s when then Dictator Ferdinand Marcos declared Martial Law in the Philippines on Sept. At that time, Evelia Padilla was in Pasay City where she worked in a dressmaking shop while her husband and two children were in Barangay Duljo Fatima, Cebu City. Many were killed while some remain missing,” she said.
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Navea stressed that the dictator didn’t deserve to be buried in the Libingan ng mga Bayani but in a dumpsite after putting the country in a 20-year iron-fist rule.