Now the question: is the former President Ramos an Anti-Marcos? Though Marcos and Ramos are considered second cousins, many Filipinos believe he is an Anti-Marcos.
Just recently, the ex-president had something to say about the burial of his cousin, he is waiting for an apology from the head of the family, Imelda Marcos.
Former President Fidel Ramos' decision to bolt from the Marcos administration was a turning point in the 1986 People Power revolution.
For the first time since Marcos' sudden burial at the Libingan ng mga Bayani, Ramos speaks up on the burial of his second cousin.
Ramos said he still supports President Rodrigo Duterte, but he felt very bad to some member of the Armed Forces of the Philippines who joined the burial of Marcos at the Libingan Ng Mga Bayani.
In a blog post of Mr. Alon Calinao Dy, he said "I think Ramos is not Pro-Marcos since at the beginning. I guess Ramos still thought that Marcos should not be buried at the LNMB. But Filipino people and Supreme Court already made the decision..."
I guess Ramos should know the fact that Marcos became a president and a soldier; and that he made many establishements that a lot of Filipinos still enjoyed today. Perhaps, EDSA 1 turned out to be a wrong move and big mistake among Filipinos who were greatly influenced by biased media.