The Marcos-Duterte Regime is Causing Decry From Protesters

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 Philippines Philippines – The protesters assembled close to the Philippine International Convention Center to fight the obvious success of Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr. what’s more, Sara Duterte-Carpio, as well as the supposed political decision inconsistencies that cast uncertainty on the direct of the May 9 surveys.

Marcos secured an avalanche triumph in Monday’s disruptive surveys with more than 31.1 million votes in view of informal count of incomplete outcomes. His success covers the arrival of the Marcoses to Malacañang and the restoration of the family brand almost 40 years after the faction patriarch was removed by the People Power Revolution.

His running mate and official little girl Sara Duterte-Carpio, likewise won the bad habit official race by a long shot.

Many dissenters including military regulation survivors and youngsters wore dark garments and held notices perusing “Reject Marcos-Duterte” and “At absolutely no point in the future, Never Forget” as they communicated their apprehensions that the hypothetical president and VP will duplicate their dads’ tyrant systems.

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Disinformation via web-based entertainment molded the nation’s races, specialists said. As indicated by truth checking drive, Marcos is the greatest recipient of positive yet misleading data via virtual entertainment. In the interim, his archrival, Vice President Leni Robredo, is the greatest casualty of disinformation.

Morever,Nonconformists settled at Pedro Bukaneg Street in the Cultural Center of the Philippines complex in the midst of uplifted presence of Philippine National Police and Philippine Coast Guard staff close to the PICC, which fills in as the Comelec’s base camp during the current year’s races.

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