Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jnr, the namesake son of the dictator, visits the tomb of his father at the National Heroes Cemetery in Metro Manila, Philippines, on May 10, as partial results show he is on course for victory in the presidential election. Photo: Office of Ferdinand Marcos Jnr via AP
Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jnr, the namesake son of the dictator, visits the tomb of his father at the National Heroes Cemetery in Metro Manila, Philippines, on May 10, as partial results show he is on course for victory in the presidential election. Photo: Office of Ferdinand Marcos Jnr via AP

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Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jnr, the namesake son of the dictator, visits the tomb of his father at the National Heroes Cemetery in Metro Manila, Philippines, on May 10, as partial results show he is on course for victory in the presidential election. Photo: Office of Ferdinand Marcos Jnr via AP
Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jnr, the namesake son of the dictator, visits the tomb of his father at the National Heroes Cemetery in Metro Manila, Philippines, on May 10, as partial results show he is on course for victory in the presidential election. Photo: Office of Ferdinand Marcos Jnr via AP
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