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EDSA 1 remains significant

Malacañang said yesterday that the historic 1986 EDSA People Power Revolution is not a figment of imagination and will remain significant to the country and the Filipinos.

The nation today commemorates the EDSA People Power Revolution of February 22-25, 1986. It was a sustained assertion of civil resistance, a non-violent revolution that led to the departure of then President Ferdinand Marcos and the end of his authoritarian regime which had begun with his declaration of martial law in 1972.

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The government will not stop any person or group from commemorating the 32nd anniversary of the 1986 EDSA People Power Revolution on Feb. 25 with protest actions.

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The public can now prepare for their vacations this early after the government released the official list of regular and special non-working days in the country in 2018.

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PH faces uncertain future, says De Lima

Detained Sen. Leila M. de Lima warned yesterday that the country faces a dark, uncertain future if the Duterte administration continues to trample on the rights of Filipinos.

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Duterte won’t attend EDSA 31

President Duterte will not attend the 31st anniversary of the EDSA People Power Revolution on Friday based on the program released by Malacañang Tuesday evening.

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