Mga dating pangulo
The late strongman was set to be buried at the Libingan ng mga Bayani in September, but the Supreme Court (SC) temporarily stopped this, issuing a 20-day halt order earlier in the week.READ: No Marcos burial in Libingan in next 20 days: SC The SC's order was in favor of five petitions against an August 7 memorandum signed by Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana, addressed to Armed Forces Chief of Staff General Ricardo Visaya informing him of President Rodrigo Duterte’s verbal orders to prepare for Marcos’ burial at the Libingan. Separate petitions were filed by former Bayan Muna Representative Satur Ocampo, et al.; Albay Representative Edcel Lagman, et al.; former Commission on Human Rights (CHR) chairperson Loretta Ann Rosales, et al., former Senator Heherson Alvarez, et al.; Zaira Baniaga, et al.; and Algamar Latiph.
Ang Pangulo ng Pransiya ay siya ring ex-officiong Koprinsipe ng Andorra, Grand Master ng Légion d'honneur at Ordre national du Mérite at pandangal na proto-canon ng Basilika ni San Juan de Letran sa Roma.Si Emmanuel Macron, na naupo sa puwesto noong 14 Mayo 2017 ang kasalukuyang Pangulo ng Republikang Pranses Pinalitan na si François Hollande.Sa ngayon, dalawang Amerikano at 18 mga Pilipino ang nagsilbi bilang Pangulo ng Unibersidad ng Pilipinas.Filipinos may argue all day long about whether Ferdinand Marcos deserves to be buried in a grave “for heroes,” but will the late dictator’s remains be welcome in a cemetery “for heroes and Presidents”? Roque filed a bill on Wednesday seeking the name change in hopes of defusing public indignation over President Rodrigo Duterte’s plan to bury the former President at the Libingan.
Turning the debate on Marcos’ burial at Libingan ng mga Bayani (heroes’ cemetery) on its head, a party-list representative now seeks to rename the burial ground to “Libingan ng Mga Bayani at Mga Dating Pangulo” (Cemetery for Heroes and former Presidents). The issue of transferring Marcos’ remains from a refrigerated crypt in his Batac hometown in Ilocos Norte to the Libingan has long divided Filipinos, as memories of abuses and atrocities during his regime linger, especially among human rights victims.
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