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Philippines Elec. / Habib #308230

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 11, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) President Reagan reported sending diplomacy Philip Habib to Philippines to aid in current election furor there; Senator Richard Lugar's assessment of Ferdinand Marcos' control of election results quoted. [LUGAR - notes United States team observed extensive vote fraud and violence.] Philippines parliament noted yet to begin counting votes.

(Manila, Philippines: Bob Faw) Murder of Corazon Aquino supporter Evelio Javier examined; scenes shown. [Governor Enrique ZALDIVAR - considers killers demonic.] Javier's death described. [Witness Mary Edith JAVIER - cites witnesses helplessness.] [January 30, JAVIER - expects to be murdered.] Contd. claims of victory by both Marcos and Aquino noted. [AQUINO - warns United States not to support failing dictator.] Marcos' reaction to Aquino's refusal to join his government quoted. [MARCOS - accuses Aquino of petulance.]

Reporter(s):
Faw, Bob;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:40

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