Philippines whitewashes history as Marcos Jr. takes office
06 August 2022 | 10:02 am
The son of a former dictator has become president of the Philippines.His election has upset survivors of the atrocities committed during his father’s reign. Activists are working to remind people of the dark period under Marcs Jr. in the Philippines.
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