Roxas and De Lima Wear Black and Lead The Protest Against Marcos Burial

By Alon Calinao Dy: Mar Roxas and Sen. Leila De Lima led the mass protest at the People Power Monument against the burial of late President Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani.

This time around, the two opposition wore black rather than yellow shirts they normally wore during campaign periods last May.

The protesters were composed of young people as they called themselves as "millennials," as the Marcos loyalists would tease them as "walang alam" or "no knowledge."

A majority of Filipinos have already decided to bury late President Ferdinand Marcos at Libingan ng mga Bayani.

Roxas, De Lima and PNoy Aquino could not accept the decision of the Supreme Court and people's call that former president Marcos, whom they called a 'dictator' during Martial Law, was a former soldier and a former president who had a lot of contributions in the Philippines.

The protesters also blamed Duterte administration for secret burial of Marcos. President Duterte already answered these questions why he let the Supreme Court decide the issue whether or not to bury Marcos at the LNMB.

The president questioned why Aquinos did not pass a law prohibiting Marcos to be buried at the heroes' cemetery and why they just surfaced now. Is it because they want to get the sympathy of the Filipino people once more? I think Filipinos now are more educated and intelligent than before. 



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