Imee Marcos says she was too young to have any power during the Martial Law era. But someone else had authority.
The Ilocos Norte governor said those protesting against former President Ferdinand Marcos’ burial at the Libingan ng mga Bayani should channel their anger to other key figures during Martial Law, one of them being ex-Pres. Fidel Ramos, who was then head of the Philippine Constabulary.
“Kami ay nagaaral pa noon at mga bata pa. Bakit nga ba hindi natin tanungin ang dating Philippine Constabulary Chief Fidel Ramos tungkol sa mga pagaresto at mga pangaabuso diumano?,” Marcos wrote on Facebook as a response to those disputing her dad’s burial beside Filipino soldiers and heroes over cases of torture and killings during the 70s and 80s.
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