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Du30: Congress to Deal with Imee Marcos on Wealth, Not Bongbong Marcos’ Presidency


welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

The President ignores rumors that the offer to hand over the wealth for humanity deposited by the late President Ferdinand Marcos is to aid Bongbong Marcos for his plan to run for president. He said that he talks to Gov. Imee Marcos and it’s up to the Congress to do the necessary steps as per the law.

Youtube video by; AP Archive

Imelda Marcos Begs the Senate to Look into Wealth

Youtube video by; AP Archive

It’s Not Only Now

The opposition asks as if they are ignorant why it’s only now that Imelda Marcos discloses the whereabouts of the gold reserves. As per the Senate video clip, Marcos pleads the Senators in the past to look into the said treasures as stated in her late husband’s Will and Testament. It is clearly stated in the will that the financial reserves are for the good of the Filipinos. They must be used for public services, infrastructure, healthcare, education, and more. They are not for individual distribution.

Gov. Imee Marcos’ Talk with the President

The President said when asked about backing Bongbong Marcos’ presidential bid; “I don’t care about that. In 5 years I will no longer be on the political scene.” He also confirmed that he discussed the offer with Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos, not with her mother or brother.

Congress Proceeding

“The Marcoses are ready to cooperate. I accept the explanation because there is no other explanation, I do not know anything, I cannot debate with them.”.  It’s time that these things be settled,” the President added. I just accepted that they want to make arrangements with the government so the case would come to an end,” he said. The President also revealed that Gov. Marcos did not disclose if the wealth they have was ill-gotten. The proceedings should begin. They should start with Congress,” said Du30.

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