After 27 years of waiting, finally Former President Ferdinand Marcos will be buried in LNMB

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After 27 years of waiting, the Marcoses felt relief.

The highest court had finally ruled in their favor, they are nothing but grateful who voted to have his father buried at the Libingan ng mga Bayani.

Former President Marcos Sr. deserved to be interred at Libingan ng mga Bayani on several reasons, not just for being a veteran, soldier and a medal of valor winner but as being a president of the country for 20 years. “It has always been our belief that under rules of the military, he should be buried in Libingan ng mga Bayani, as per Bongbong Marcos.

Dates and other plans for burial are still unknown, but Marcos’s assured the public that his family would announce the details as soon as it is finalized.

They will try to accommodate those people who would like to give their final respects to former president.

The family is thankful to President Duterte for his strong support to this issue, both of them are hoping that the decision will bring unity to entire Filipinos.

This is the right thing to do according to the rules, according to the law according to President Duterte.

Burial of Ex-President Ferdinand Marcos

This is the last portrait of deposed Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos and his family taken at the lawn of Malacanang Palace on Sept. 28, 1985 in Manila, Philippines. Marcos died on Thursday in Hawaii. Other members of his family are, from right, son-in law Tomas Manotoc, eldest daughter Imee, wife Imelda, son Ferdinand Jr. youngest daughter Irene and son-in-law Greggy. Foregrounds from left are his niece, Aimee and grandsons, Luis, Borgy and Martin. (AP Photo)
This is the last portrait of deposed Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos and his family taken at the lawn of Malacanang Palace on Sept. 28, 1985 in Manila, Philippines. Marcos died on Thursday in Hawaii. Other members of his family are, from right, son-in law Tomas Manotoc, eldest daughter Imee, wife Imelda, son Ferdinand Jr. youngest daughter Irene and son-in-law Greggy. Foregrounds from left are his niece, Aimee and grandsons, Luis, Borgy and Martin. (AP Photo)