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Democracy thriving in the Philippines says latest poll

After more than two decades of martial law under former Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos who issued proclamation 1081 in 1972 placing the entire country under martial law, the Philippines has been transformed into a vibrant and thriving democracy.

Detained rebel soldier and elected Philippine senator walks free

A former rebel naval officer and elected Philippine senator Antonio Trillanes walks to freedom after having been detained for almost eight years for rebellion after he led a group of young military officers in the so called "Oakwood mutiny" in 2003.

US Congressman Stephen Solarz, friend of the Philippines, dies

The Philippines' dearest friend in US congress, Stephen J. Solarz died Monday from cancer of the esophagus . He was 70 years old at the time of his death.

New Arrest Warrant issued for ex-Thai Prime Minister

Thailand's supreme court has issued a new warrant of arrest for former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra Tuesday in connection with his alleged false assets declaration.

President Arroyo's Bid to become Prime Minister to be blocked

Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's bid for term extension by way of constitutional reform may not prosper as former President Estrada vowed to block it by running for a congressional seat of San Juan where he was as former Mayor.

Philippine President May Run for Lower Elective Post Next Year

The president of the Philippines Gloria Macapagal Arroyo is floating the idea of running for a lower elective position when she steps down from the presidency in 2010. Many believe that she needs the position to keep her immunity from suits.

Tinkering of Philippine Constitution Triggers Nationwide Protest

A big rally is scheduled to be staged today in protest of the resolution recently passed by congress calling for the convening of a constituent assembly to amend the constitution. Protesters said the action is aimed at prolonging the president's term.

Thousands of Foreigners Flee Bangkok

This is about the occupation of two Bangkok airports by militant protesters that stranded thousands of tourists and businessmen for about a week now. Police failed to retake the airport and disperse the protesters
 

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