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PhilPost issues Bongbong Marcos, Sara Duterte commemorative covers 

/ 11:07 AM July 06, 2022

PHLPost issues Marcos, Duterte commemorative covers

MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine Postal Corporation (PhilPost) has issued commemorative covers with the images of President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and Vice President Sara Duterte to mark the inaugurations of the two new top leaders of the country.

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PhilsPost said Tuesday that the commemorative covers were issued on June 30, the day Marcos took his oath as the 17th president of the country.

On the background of the Marcos commemorative cover is an image of the Malacañang Palace. A similar commemorative cover was issued for former President Rodrigo Duterte back in 2016.

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Meanwhile, a commemorative cover bearing the face of Vice President Duterte was also issued by the PhilPost.

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An image of the monument of Peace and Unity in Davao City and the Philippine Eagle can be seen at the background of the commemorative cover.

“Stamps on the inauguration shall be issued soon!” the PhilPost said.

The Philippine Postal Corporation makes commemorative covers to feature the inauguration of Philippine presidents and highlight important events. – Christine Annie Asistio, INQUIRER.net intern

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