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Photo: Anti-riot police break up the protest of Artex workers in Malabon on July 9, 1984. In Photos of Anti-Riot Police Clash July 9, 1984, Variety of Loose Pictures up to 1986, Filippijnengroep Nederland Collection. Accessed through the archives of the Human Rights Violations Victims’ Memorial Commission.
Photo: An image of Ferdinand Marcos and his family. Accessed through the archives of the Human Rights Violations Victims’ Memorial Commission.
House Bill No. 5990 was introduced by Representatives Lorenzo Tañada, Edcel Lagman, Walden Bello, Arlene Bag-ao, Teodoro Casiño, Neri Colmenares, Rafael Mariano, Luzviminda Ilagan, Antonio Tinio, Emerenciana de Jesus, and Raymond Palatino. It is a substitution of various other house bills (HB54, HB97, HB302 HB954, and HB1693) filed separately by the same authors.
Photo: Martial law victims staging a protest in 2018. Image taken by Jonathan Cellona on January 18, 2018.
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SB No. 3334 was filed by Senators Serge Osmeña, Teofisto Guingona III, Francis Escudero, and Franklin Drilon later that year.
Photo: A copy of R.A. No. 10368. Screenshot taken from the PDF file in “Republic Act No. 10368,” Official Gazette, February 25, 2013, accessed July 5, 2022.
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Photo: Funeral procession of the Lakbayan Martyrs from the US Embassy to the Malate Church in April 1984. In 1. Filippijnengroep Nederland Collection. Accessed through the archives of the Human Rights Violations Victims Memorial Commission.