What’s in store for the Philippines after Marcos’ win? | TV Shows

Video Length 24 minutes 50 seconds

From: Inside Story

Ferdinand Marcos Jr. gained the presidency greater than 30 years after his father was pushed from energy.

Ferdinand Marcos Junior has been inaugurated as president of the Philippines.

His father was the controversial chief Ferdinand Marcos Senior, who was compelled out of workplace in a 1986 standard rebellion.

Many say he was an autocratic chief who killed, jailed, or disappeared hundreds of opponents throughout his 21 years in workplace.

And greater than 30 years since his father fled the Philippines, his son is now in energy.

However will his father’s legacy show an excessive amount of of a problem?

Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra

Friends:

Richard Heydarian – Columnist on the Philippine Every day Inquirer.

Alvin Camba – Assistant professor on the Josef Korbel Faculty of Worldwide Research, College of Denver.

Danilo Arao – Convener on the election watchdog Kontra Daya.