[Newspoint] The oddest ménage in Philippine politics
President Corazon Aquino freed him in 1986 with other political detainees. In 1988, Duterte, who may have become the socialist he now professes himself to be, recruited Evasco to run his campaign for Davao City mayor and for his subsequent reelections, ...
OPINION: The vice-presidency: a briefer
ABS-CBN News (blog)
With Laurel, Corazon Aquino restored the pre-martial law tradition of assigning vice presidents as the Secretary of Foreign Affairs. He, however, resigned from the cabinet post on September 1987, but continued as vice president until June 30, 1992.
Rumors of Duterte's Demise Are Greatly Exaggerated
RAM, fancying itself the guardian of the republic, soon turned against Marcos' successor, President Corazon Aquino (wife of the assassinated senator). Over the course of Aquino's four-year term, the movement, which believed that only the military could ...
The revenge of the temperamental brats
It is perfectly logical for the state burial of deposed President Ferdinand Marcos to most greatly anger those who grew up after 1986. What was Luke Skywalker thinking when he was handed Anakin's lightsaber? What was Harry Potter thinking when he was ...