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  • I declare martial law!
  • I declare martial because of the communist threats.
  • Oh really? it's okay usually martial law won't affect us. Martial law is those who are bad and is trying to go against/sabotage the government.
  • Mom it says on the news that Marcos declared martial law.
  • That's right , just be careful with your action's because military will tighten . So don't do anything bad.
  • At 7:17 pm on September 23, 1972, President Ferdinand Marcos announced that he had placed the entirety of the Philippines under martial law, through Presidential Proclamation № 1081, which was dated September 21, 1972.
  • Your going to receive punishment, come with us.
  • END MARTIAL LAW!
  • THIS IS NOT GOOD!
  • Those who defy the martial law and the government faces punishment.
  • Marcos claimed that he declared martial law in 1972 in response to the communist threat posed by the newly formed Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and the sectarian rebellion of the Mindanao Independence Movement (MIM).
  • We have to do something many people have died during martial law and our country might be corrupt because they say the Marcos family stole money
  • yes we should
  • Curfews, the suspension of civil law, civil rights, habeas corpus, and the application or extension of military law or military justice to civilians are common examples of its imposition. Civilians who defy martial law may face military tribunals (court-martial).
  • NEVER AGAIN!
  • REMOVE MARCOS!
  • KILLER!
  • People who try to defy martial law may face military tribunals (court-martial). Those who are also trying to go against/sabotage the government may face punishment.
  • During the Martial law many people have died , got tortured and went missing. The Marcos family was also accused of stealing money from the Philippines that's why were kind off corrupt.
  • As people had enough of the Marcos administration, they decided to make people power revolution. From February 22 to 25, 1986, the People Power Revolution, also known as the EDSA Revolution or the February Revolution, was a series of popular demonstrations in the Philippines, primarily in Metro Manila. A sustained campaign of civil resistance was waged against regime violence and electoral fraud.
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