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Philippines / Aquino Government #308996

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 30, 1986
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(Studio: Bruce Morton) Report introduced.

(Manila, Philippines: Sandy Gilmour) Easter Mass here by Cardinal Jaime Sin noted include reference to post-Marcos problems of Philippines. [SIN - cites need to continue struggle against economy problems.] Other problems facing President Corazon Aquino discussed; visiting New Zealand Prime Min. David Lange noted offering agriculture assistance. Opposition to her among Marcos supporters in parliament noted becoming more vocal. [Marcos backer Blas OPLE - accuses Aquino of setting up dictatorship.] Contd. revolutionary fervor described, illustrated.

Gilmour, Sandy;
Morton, Bruce

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