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Byline: Norman Bordadora
IF THE 1986 people power revolt didnt happen, the Philippines would be more like Libya, a country now suffering from violence as protesters move to oust its longtime strongman, President Aquino said yesterday.
In a speech during the awarding of state honors to six individuals who figured in the struggle against the Marcos dictatorship, Mr. Aquino refuted an earlier claim by Sen. Ferdinand Bongbong Marcos Jr., the son of the late dictator, that the country would have turned out like prosperous Singapore if his father had not been ousted.
A day after the 25th anniversary of Edsa I that brought down the Marcos dictatorship, Mr. Aquino also vowed to fulfill the promises of the Edsa revolution.
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