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Imelda wants Bongbong to run for President

LAOAG, PHILIPPINES: Former Philippines first lady Imelda Marcos gestures as she briefs the press during a visit to her late husband’s home province in Laoag nothern Philippines, 12 September 2005. The widow of former president Ferdinand Marcos threatened to sue international auction houses if they took part in the planned auction of more than 30 bags of jewelry that she says were illegally seized by the government when her late husband was toppled from power in 1986. AFP PHOTO/Jay DIRECTO (Photo credit should read JAY DIRECTO/AFP/Getty Images)

Former First Lady Imelda Marcos is trying to convince her son, Senator Bongbong Marcos to run for the Presidency in the 2016 national elections.

During her 86th birthday, Mrs. Imelda’s birthday wish is for her only son to become the President, just like his dad, the late President Ferdinand Marcos Sr.

However, Senator Bongbong has yet to reveal his political plans for 2016, even though he’s sure that he might just give in to his mother’s request.

Based on the latest survey of the Social Weather Station, Senator Marcos placed 9th on the list of potential Presidentiables for the 2016 elections.

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