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LOOK: Marcos burial protests erupt in different parts of Metro

/ 04:40 PM November 18, 2016
Protesters at People Power monument chant "Marcos diktador, di bayani!" and sing "Marcos, Marcos magnanakaw!" Photo by Jaymee Gamil/INQUIRER

Protesters at People Power monument chant “Marcos diktador, di bayani!” and sing “Marcos, Marcos magnanakaw!” Photo by Jaymee Gamil/INQUIRER

Blindsided by the burial of former President Ferdinand Marcos at Libingan ng mga Bayani, militant groups, students and civil society organizations held protests in different parts of Metro Manila on Friday.

Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (Bayan) and its allied groups were already scheduled to hold noise barrages and protests in Monumento, Philcoa, Marikina, Alabang, E. Rodriguez, Taft Ave., Intramuros and Morayta.

Some went straight to Libingan ng mga Bayani while others have started massing  near the People Power shrine on Edsa.

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Indignation rallies will also be held this afternoon at the University of the Philippines and Katipunan, as well as España.

The police and the military revealed that Marcos would finally be buried at Libingan ng mga Bayani hours before the actual ceremony — a move criticized by lawmakers and critics of the Marcos family./rga

Below are photos of the protests this afternoon:

More than a hundred students gather at the University of the Philippines Diliman to protest the burial of former president Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani. Photo by Marc Jayson Cayabyab/INQUIRER.net

More than a hundred students gather at the University of the Philippines Diliman to protest the burial of former president Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani. Photo by Marc Jayson Cayabyab/INQUIRER.net

An anti-Marcos protester paints "Here lies evil," just 200 meters away from the gates of the Libingan ng mga Bayani. Photo by Lyn Rillon/INQUIRER

An anti-Marcos protester paints “Here lies evil,” just 200 meters away from the gates of the Libingan ng mga Bayani. Photo by Lyn Rillon/INQUIRER

Ateneo students walk out of their classes to join nationwide protests against  the burial of former president Ferdinand Marcos at Libingan ng mga Bayani. Photo by Joan Bondoc/INQUIRER

Ateneo students walk out of their classes to join nationwide protests against the burial of former president Ferdinand Marcos at Libingan ng mga Bayani. Photo by Joan Bondoc/INQUIRER

Students of St. Scholastica hold a noise barrage along Leon Guinto, Manila. Photo by Rem Zamora/INQUIRER

Students of St. Scholastica hold a noise barrage along Leon Guinto, Manila. Photo by Rem Zamora/INQUIRER

Nicole Aliasas, a marketing associate, is the first protester to arrive at the Libingan ng mga Bayani as former president Ferdinand Marcos was being transferred. Photo by Lyn Rillon/INQUIRER

Nicole Aliasas, a marketing associate, is the first protester to arrive at the Libingan ng mga Bayani as former president Ferdinand Marcos was being transferred. Photo by Lyn Rillon/INQUIRER

Ateneo de Manila University shrouds itself in black, after the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos is buried at the Libingan ng mga Bayani. Photo by Maricor Baytion

Ateneo de Manila University shrouds itself in black, after the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos is buried at the Libingan ng mga Bayani. Photo by Maricor Baytion

Ateneo de Manila University students walk out of their classes and join protests along Katipunan against the burial of former president Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani. Photo by Joan Bondoc/INQUIRER

Ateneo de Manila University students walk out of their classes and join protests along Katipunan against the burial of former president Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani. Photo by Joan Bondoc/INQUIRER

Young anti-Marcos protesters hold signs protesting the burial of former president Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani. Photo by Lyn Rillon/INQUIRER

Young anti-Marcos protesters hold signs protesting the burial of former president Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani. Photo by Lyn Rillon/INQUIRER

People opposing the burial of former president Ferdinand Marcos hold a rally at Philcoa in Quezon City. Photo by Joan Bondoc/INQUIRER

People opposing the burial of former president Ferdinand Marcos hold a rally at Philcoa in Quezon City. Photo by Joan Bondoc/INQUIRER

UP Chancellor Michael Tan and Bayan Secretary General Renato Reyes lead protest groups converging inside the campus. Photo by Marc Jayson Cayabyab/INQUIRER.net

UP Chancellor Michael Tan and Bayan Secretary General Renato Reyes lead protest groups converging inside the campus. Photo by Marc Jayson Cayabyab/INQUIRER.net






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