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The Marcos family intends to correct what it views as historical “revisionism” in the Philippines by providing the “truth” and not just a version of what happened during the more than two decades of rule by Ferdinand Marcos that ended in 1986, the late leader’s son and namesake said Thursday.

“Many revisionisms happened since 1986. Even from 1983, they are revising history already. So of course we want to fix that,” the junior Marcos, popularly known as Bongbong, 60, told reporters in Manila.

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