Imelda Marcos says she’s looking forward to "another Marcos as president"

Ronron Calunsod of Kyodo News, via ABS-CBNNews.com, reports that "27 years after she and her family were forced to leave the Philippines’ presidential mansion, Imelda Marcos, widow of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos, does not conceal her desire for another Marcos to take the helm of the Southeast Asian nation: their only son Sen. Ferdinand Marcos Jr."

Ronron Calunsod of Kyodo News, via ABS-CBNNews.com, reports that "27 years after she and her family were forced to leave the Philippines’ presidential mansion, Imelda Marcos, widow of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos, does not conceal her desire for another Marcos to take the helm of the Southeast Asian nation: their only son Sen. Ferdinand Marcos Jr."

 

Calunsod noted: "For the 83-year-old former first lady, having another Marcos as president would hopefully usher in better times for her family." He revealed further that in a series of recent interviews with Kyodo News, "Marcos, who is currently a member of congress, unabashedly boasted that her 55-year-old son, popularly known by his nickname ’Bongbong,’ has ’great potential.’" Calunsod quoted Marcos, who said, "Bongbong is well-educated and he is prepared. And his record in Ilocos is very good. He has been a good executive."

 

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