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Philippines / Elec. #548443

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 02, 1986
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(Studio: Chris Wallace) Corazon Aquino's continued campaign against Ferdinand Marcos in anticipation of Philippines election described; demonstration against Marcos and President Reagan in Manila mentioned, shown.

(Manila, Philippines: Steve Mallory) Pastoral ltr. read in Catholic churches today warning against bribes and cheating in election campaigns. examined. [Father John LAYDON - hopes congregation will resist bribes.] Aquino and Imelda Marcos noted both attending services. Cardinal Jaime Sin quoted. [Ferdinand MARCOS - will wipe out all communists] Marcos said referring to priests who aid communist guerrillas.

(Studio: Chris Wallace) Report introduced.

(Danao, Philippines: Keith Miller) Role of Ramon Durano, dubbed The Godfather here, in assuring Marcos' reelec. in his province examined; scenes shown. His virtual ownership of town detailed. [Attorney Vene MADARANG - describes Durano's method of controlling residents.] [DURANO - thinks Philippines pols. is war; won't swallow United States democracy hook, line and sinker.] Danao's population and number voting in last election mentioned. [DURANO - outlines warning to election observers.]

Mallory, Steve;
Miller, Keith;
Wallace, Chris

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