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Philippines / Marcos, New Government #101303

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 01, 1986
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(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) Ousted Philippines dictator Ferdinand Marcos' explanation for leaving country outlined.

(Manila, Philippines: Judd Rose) Contd. discovery of booby traps at pres. palace left by fleeing Marcos forces examined; scenes shown. [General Fidel RAMOS - describes devices.] Further releases of political prisoners noted. [Released rebel leader Victor CORPUZ - sees no more reason to fight government now that Marcos is gone.] Contd. detention of communist leader Jose Maria Sison mentioned. [SISON - anticipates freedom soon.] [Returning exile Eugenio LOPEZ - praises change in government]

(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) United States Customs' inventory of valuables brought into country by Marcos outlined.

Rose, Judd;
Sullivan, Kathleen

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