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For his dictatorial rule marred by violence and human rights abuses, the late President Ferdinand E. Marcos will never be given a hero’s burial under the watch of President Aquino, Malacañang said yesterday.

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Despite his reported aversion to the return of Martial Law, vice presidential candidate Sen. Ferdinand “Bongbong” R. Marcos Jr. simply cannot be trusted with a higher public office, Malacañang said yesterday.

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The Philippine government has refused to engage in a word war with China over the territorial claims in the South China, saying it prefers to wait for the decision of the UN-backed tribunal on its arbitration case.

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The Philippine Coast Guard would use some of the 10 new vessels that it would acquire from Japan over the next three years to augment the security in the West Philippine Sea along with the Philippine Navy, PCG commander Rear Admiral William Meld said yesterday.

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The government has taken measures to protect human rights and pursued cases against those involved in abuses, according to a Palace official.

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The Marcos regime was not the golden age of the Philippines but the dark and abusive period that should never be repeated through the return of his family to national power, President Aquino said yesterday.

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