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The Philippines, meanwhile, is still reeling from the controversial decision of the Supreme Court to allow a hero's burial for Ferdinand Marcos. Voting 9-5, the SC said Marcos was not pure evil. The dissenters pointed out, however, that he was a dictator, plunderer, and human rights violator. The Marcoses and their loyalists are overjoyed; the petitioners are heartbroken. What happens next for Filipinos?
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