Binay said it was arrogant of him to come out with such comic book. He said, "Ang yabang-yabang nito. Sabagay, e ngayon ho, nagpagawa pa ng comics. How shameful it is!
Quezon III looks into why Marcos is still considered a hero, officially, by some. The reason President Rodrigo R. Duterte can weigh in on whether or not the Great Dictator should be buried in the Libingan ng mga Bayani is because our government itself is of two minds on the matter.
Ramos and then-President Corazon C. Aquino, amended by AFP Regulations G on September 11,which states that among other things, former presidents, former secretaries of National Defense, veterans of World War II and the guerrillas, are all authorized to be buried in the Libingan.
A bureaucrat in the Philippine Veterans Affairs Office, going through a checklist, could easily say: Instruction from the commander in chief?
Medal of Valor awardee? Which goes to my point, which is, what we all overlook in this debate is that it has been framed, and approached, by officialdom as a primarily a military matter.
And as far as the military is concerned, the President manuel roxas a hero Dictator remains in the ranks of its hallowed dead. The only person to my mind who zeroed in on this was veteran reporter Alan Robles, who was outraged to discover the official history of the Department of National Defense glossed over military abuses during martial law.
The history of the Libingan itself points to it having been conceived, and administered, as a National Shrine primarily of a military nature.
If you follow the trail of official documents, from the time President Ramon Magsaysay toit was first and foremost a military cemetery with the status of a National Shrine see the annexes below if you want to follow the paper trail.
Even the first former president buried in the Libingan, Carlos P. Garcia who died in had been a guerrilla leader during World War II.
When former presidents Diosdado Macapagal in and most recently, Elpidio Quirino who was transferred from the Manila South Cemetery just this year, were buried there, these were after the regulations which made the Libingan a place where even non-soldiers could be buried.
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It must bother the armed forces that civilians are getting into the act. Opponents of the decision pursue several arguments. The first was that former President Fidel V. Ramos gave permission for Marcos to be buried provided they proceeded directly to Ilocos from Hawaii, that he would given only the military honors due a Major in the Armed Forces, and that he buried immediately in Batac—the first two were fulfilled by the Marcoses and the government, the last condition was never met by the Marcoses who, officially, at least, have had him on display but not buried since So, the Marcoses broke a solemn covenant between themselves and former president Ramos representing the Republic.
Here, a memory comes to mind. To be fair to the Great Dictator, one has to take into account we are a nation that has long been wonderful at enacting laws and deplorable when it comes to executing them.
We know for a fact that in his last week in office, President Quirino set aside a parcel of land along East Avenue, Quezon City, for the National Pantheon on December 23, but that seems to be the last time any president issued an order on the matter.
The proposed National Pantheon may have never gotten off the ground simply because the Manila North Cemetery was already fulfilling the function. The Mausoleum of the Veterans of the Philippine Revolution, the Boy Scouts Memorial the ones killed in a plane crash in were buried there and statesmen such as Claro M.
Recto, Quintin Paredes, and others interred there, too.Well, one can list many achievements of one leader but for me, I think the best way and easiest way to remember Manuel Roxas as the president is that he was the last president of the Commonwealth Government and the first president of the Third Republic.
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