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Nestor’s legacy

Nestor’s legacy

Whethermidnight comes in 5 or 10 years, friends and colleagues bid a fond farewell today to the oldest member of their tribe, Nestor Mata, 92, who reported and commented on the fables and foibles of ten presidents from Magsaysay to Duterte.

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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President convenes Nat’;l Security Council

According to National Security Adviser and NSC Director General Hermogenes Esperon Jr., Duterte will meet the EC-NSC to discuss “matters that have recently emerged as challenges to the nation’s society.”

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The government is spending P1 million for the low-key commemoration of the EDSA People Power Revolution on Friday, a day before the actual annual remembrance.

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Some of senators have urged President Duterte to call a meeting of the Legislative-Executive Development Advisory Council (LEDAC) to discuss certain key national issues, notably the President’s threat to terminate the Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) with the United States.

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President Duterte has appointed Philippine Army commanding general Lt. Gen. Eduardo M. Año as the new Armed Forces of the Philippines Chief of Staff.

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