By AJ Bolando

Source: NewsLab

For 21 years, Ferdinand Marcos held the presidency longer than the Constitution allowed by declaring Martial Law.The dictator clung to power by bending laws to his favor but was eventually ousted after the illustrious People Power revolution. Returning to the Philippines after a few years in self-exile, the Marcoses also returned to power and were even nearing the vice presidency—only a step closer to Malacañang.

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