By DEE AYROSO
Tags: Campaign Against the Return of the Marcoses to Malacañang (CARMMA)
“No compromise, no immunity!” called out the protesters, saying the Marcos family should return its stolen wealth without any condition.
The groups decried that Marcos is not a hero and had amassed $10 billion dollars, plundered the country’s resources and committed massive human rights violations against the people.
“This is not the change we want.”
With so much ill-gotten wealth and alliances with other members of the ruling elite, it’s no wonder the Marcoses were able to win elections.
Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr. is leading in the latest surveys on who voters are inclined to choose as vice-president come May 9. The news is troubling as well as perplexing. The very real prospect that the political heirs of the Dictator Marcos will be returning to Malacañang marks a major advance in the full blown…