Marcos in 1982 during a ceremony
Marcos in 2012
Ferdinand Marcos (right) with his family in the 1920s
Senator Marcos during a Kapihan sa Senado forum in June 2014
Marcos (center) and his running mate Sara Duterte during a grand caravan in Quezon City in December 2021
Ferdinand Marcos being conferred with a Doctor Laws, honoris causa degree during the investiture of the first Filipino president of Central Philippine University, Rex. D. Drilon, on April 21, 1967.
Marcos won in 64 out of 81 provinces in the 2022 presidential election
Ferdinand Marcos as a soldier in the 1940s
Ferdinand Marcos is sworn into his first term on December 30, 1965.
The leaders of some of the SEATO nations in front of the Congress Building in Manila, hosted by Marcos on October 24, 1966
President Marcos (left) and his wife Imelda (center) meet with US President Lyndon B. Johnson (right) in Manila in October 1966.
Marcos with Japanese Emperor Hirohito in 1966
Ferdinand Marcos takes the Oath of Office for a second term before Chief Justice Roberto Concepcion on December 30, 1969.
Richard Nixon with the Marcos family in 1969
September 24, 1972, issue of the Sunday edition of the Philippine Daily Express
Imperial Japanese Army soldier Hiroo Onoda offering his military sword to Marcos on the day of his surrender on March 11, 1974
Ferdinand Marcos with US Secretary of State George Shultz, 1982
President Ferdinand E. Marcos in Washington in 1983
Marcos at the North–South Summit on International Cooperation and Development in Cancun alongside other world leaders including I. Gandhi, F. Mitterrand, R. Reagan, M. Thatcher, K. Waldheim, Zhao Ziyang; October 23, 1981
Corazon Aquino, widow of the assassinated opposition leader Benigno Aquino Jr., takes the Oath of Office on February 25, 1986
Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos at the White House with US President Ronald Reagan in 1982
The body of Ferdinand Marcos was stored in a refrigerated crypt at the Ferdinand E. Marcos Presidential Center in Batac, Ilocos Norte until 2016.
Students of the Ateneo de Manila University along Katipunan Avenue protesting against the burial of Marcos insisting that the former president is not a hero, but a dictator
Ferdinand Marcos in Washington, 1983
A 1999 view of the San Fernando segment of North Luzon Expressway, one of Marcos's infrastructure projects
San Juanico Bridge connecting Leyte and Samar
Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos with the Johnsons in 1966
Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos with the Nixons in 1969
Marcos greeting Robert Muldoon on the latter's official visit to the Philippines, 1980. New Zealand was a valuable strategic partner for the country in the last years of Marcos' rule.

He is the second child and only son of former president, dictator, and kleptocrat Ferdinand Marcos Sr. and former first lady and convicted criminal Imelda Romualdez Marcos.

- Bongbong Marcos

Two of their children, Imee Marcos and Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr., are still active in Philippine politics, with Bongbong having been elected president in the 2022 election.

- Ferdinand Marcos
Marcos in 1982 during a ceremony

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1981 Philippine presidential election and referendum

Held on June 16, 1981.

Held on June 16, 1981.

President Ferdinand E. Marcos of the Kilusang Bagong Lipunan (KBL) defeated retired general and World War II veteran Alejo Santos of the Nacionalista Party in a landslide victory.

This is also the most votes received by a person in the Philippines for a single-winner election until 2022 when both his son Bongbong, and his running mate Sara Duterte, won more than 31 million votes.; for multiple-winner elections, it was beaten by Mar Roxas in 2004.

The 2022 election decided the successor of both President Rodrigo Duterte and Vice President Leni Robredo. This photo shows Duterte inducting Robredo to head the HUDCC.

2022 Philippine presidential election

Held on Monday, May 9, 2022, as part of the 2022 general election.

Held on Monday, May 9, 2022, as part of the 2022 general election.

The 2022 election decided the successor of both President Rodrigo Duterte and Vice President Leni Robredo. This photo shows Duterte inducting Robredo to head the HUDCC.
"Vote-rich provinces," or provinces and Metro Manila as a whole that have more than one million voters. Nationally elected candidates and parties typically campaign in these areas to reduce costs.
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Provincial and city breakdown of the Vice presidential election of 2022.
Marcos and Robredo province swing from 2016 and 2022.
Bongbong Marcos campaigning in Makati
Isko Moreno and Willie Ong campaigning in Navotas
Leni Robredo and Francis Pangilinan campaigning at the Quezon Memorial Circle
Manny Pacquiao campaigning in Marikina City
Panfilo Lacson and Tito Sotto at a town hall meeting in Pasig

Bongbong Marcos and Sara Duterte won the presidency and vice presidency, becoming the first presidential and vice presidential candidates to be elected by a majority since the establishment of the Fifth Republic in 1986, and the first presidential ticket to win together since 2004.

Marcos will become the 2nd president from Ilocos Norte, after his father, Ferdinand Marcos.

President of the Philippines

Head of state and the head of government and chief executive of the Philippines.

Head of state and the head of government and chief executive of the Philippines.

Petitions were filed before the current Philippine government to recognize Andres Bonifacio as the first Philippine president.
Emilio Aguinaldo and ten of the Malolos Congress delegates that passed the Constitución Política de la República Filipina in 1899
Manuel Luis Quezon, the first president of the Philippine Commonwealth, is officially recognized as the second president of the Philippines
José P. Laurel giving a speech after his inauguration as President of the Second Philippine Republic
Home provinces (blue and purple) of the presidents.
Carlos P. Garcia is sworn in as the eighth president of the Philippines after winning the election of 1957
Rodrigo Duterte during his inauguration
Gloria Macapagal Arroyo delivering her seventh State of the Nation Address at the Batasang Pambansa
Ferdinand Marcos was the only president to serve three terms (1965–1969, 1969–1981, 1981–1986).
Sergio Osmeña was the first vice president to succeed to the presidency upon the death of a chief executive, who was Manuel L. Quezon, in 1944.
An Aérospatiale SA-330 Puma carrying President Corazon C. Aquino at Subic Bay Naval Base.
Presidents Emilio Aguinaldo and Manuel L. Quezon during the 1935 campaign.

Bongbong Marcos of Partido Federal ng Pilipinas is scheduled to assume office on June 30, 2022, after winning the 2022 Philippine presidential election.

A new Constitution ratified on January 17, 1973, under the rule of Ferdinand E. Marcos introduced a parliamentary-style government.

Kilusang Bagong Lipunan

Right-wing to far-right political party in the Philippines.

Right-wing to far-right political party in the Philippines.

Former logo of KBL

It was first formed in 1978 as an umbrella coalition of parties supporting then-President Ferdinand E. Marcos for the Interim Batasang Pambansa (the unicameral parliament) and was his political vehicle during his 21-year regime.

Ferdinand Marcos Jr. — (moved to Nacionalista Party in 2009, then to Partido Federal ng Pilipinas in 2021) former Vice Governor and Governor of Ilocos Norte, Representative of 2nd District of Ilocos Norte, and Senator

Ilocos Norte

Province of the Philippines located in the Ilocos Region.

Province of the Philippines located in the Ilocos Region.

Administrative divisions of Ilocos Norte
Paoay Church
Bagoong fermenting in burnay jars
Tampuhan by Juan Luna
Ilocos Norte Capitol, the seat of the provincial government
Kapurpurawan Rock Formation in Burgos

It is the birthplace of several notable Philippine leaders including former President, dictator and kleptocrat Ferdinand E. Marcos, Philippine Revolutionary War general Artemio Ricarte and Iglesia Filipina Independiente founder Gregorio Aglipay.

Ilocos Norte was among the provinces affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines, reporting its first three cases of COVID-19 on March 31, 2020, including a male patient each from Batac and Paoay, and former senator Bongbong Marcos, who had arrived from travel to Spain.

Nacionalista Party

Oldest political party in both the Philippines and in Southeast Asia in general.

Oldest political party in both the Philippines and in Southeast Asia in general.

It is responsible for leading the country throughout the majority of the 20th century since its founding in 1907; it was the ruling party from 1935 to 1946 (under Presidents Manuel L. Quezon and Sergio Osmeña), 1953–1961 (under Presidents Ramon Magsaysay and Carlos P. Garcia) and 1965–1972 (under President Ferdinand Marcos).

The Nacionalista Party is presently led by former Senator Manny Villar, and had fielded three vice-presidential candidates either running independently or in tandem with other political parties, namely Alan Peter Cayetano, Bongbong Marcos and Antonio Trillanes, albeit unsuccessfully.

Marcos in October 2018

Imee Marcos

Filipina politician serving as a Senator since 2019.

Filipina politician serving as a Senator since 2019.

Marcos in October 2018
Imee Marcos being supported by her father, Ferdinand Marcos.
Imee Marcos in August 2013
Imee Marcos at a CREAM event
President Rodrigo Duterte backing the senatorial campaign of Imee Marcos due to "indebtedness".

She is the daughter of the late president, dictator and kleptocrat Ferdinand Marcos and former first lady and convicted criminal Imelda Marcos.

She has three other siblings: Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos, Jr., a former senator; Irene Marcos-Araneta,; and Aimee Marcos, who was adopted.

Joint session of Philippine Legislature including the newly elected Senate, November 15, 1916

Senate of the Philippines

Upper house of Congress, the bicameral legislature of the Philippines; the House of Representatives is the lower house.

Upper house of Congress, the bicameral legislature of the Philippines; the House of Representatives is the lower house.

Joint session of Philippine Legislature including the newly elected Senate, November 15, 1916
The post–World War II Philippine Senate in 1951: Cipriano P. Primicias, Sr., far left, debates Quintín Paredes, far right. In the middle are Justiniano Montano, Mariano Jesús Cuenco, Enrique B. Magalona, and Francisco Delgado; in the foreground is Edmundo Cea. Deliberations were once held at the Old Legislative Building.

The Senate finally convened in 1945 and served as the upper chamber of Congress from thereon until the declaration of martial law by President Ferdinand Marcos in 1972, which shut down Congress.

Ferdinand Marcos Jr., 17th President-elect

Marcos in 1982 during a ceremony

Iginuhit ng Tadhana

Marcos in 1982 during a ceremony

Iginuhit ng Tadhana (The Ferdinand E. Marcos Story), also known as Man of Destiny, is a 1965 Filipino biographical film about then-Senate President Ferdinand Marcos.

Ferdinand Marcos Jr. as himself

Marcos family

Political family in the Philippines.

Political family in the Philippines.

Ferdinand Marcos at a 1980s press conference, where he denied rumors that he was sick; he turned out to be suffering from complications due to lupus.
Ferdinand Marcos campaigning for president in the 1986 Snap elections.
Imee Marcos with her father Ferdinand some time during the latter's 21-year reign as Philippine president.
Imelda Marcos at a food doleout event during the waning days of the Marcos dictatorship. Although this took place at a government event, the text of the sign reads: "offered by President Ferdinand Marcos."
Josefa Edralin Marcos, widow to Mariano Marcos and mother to Ferdinand Marcos.

They have established themselves in the country's politics, having established a political dynasty that traces its beginnings to the 1925 election of Mariano Marcos to the Philippine House of Representatives as congressman for the second district of Ilocos Norte; reached its peak during the 21-year rule of Ferdinand Marcos as president of the Philippines that included his 14-year dictatorship beginning with the declaration of Martial Law throughout the country; and continues today with the political careers of Imelda Marcos, Imee Marcos, and Ferdinand Marcos Jr.