Bongbong Marcos and the Challenge Ahead
New president faces a suspicious nation
By: Viswa Nathan
The Philippines prides itself as Southeast Asia’s oldest democracy. But a vociferous section of the population finds uncomfortable living with the outcome of the latest democratic process that made Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr (above, with sister Imee) – son of the late dictator Ferdinand E. Marcos, deposed 36 years ago – president for…
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