MANILA, Philippines AP — Thousands of Filipinos, including more than a dozen nude students, protested against the hasty burial of Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos in a heroes' cemetery, in a growing political storm that's lashing the president who allowed the entombment. A few thousand activists joined a "Black Friday" protest despite rainy weather at Manila's seaside Rizal Park, where they carried Marcos' effigy in a mock coffin. While the anger was directed at Marcos and his family, President Rodrigo Duterte was also targeted for allowing the burial of the dictator, who was ousted in a largely peaceful "people power" revolt three decades ago. Protesters held placards reading "Digong traitor, a lapdog of the dictator," referring to Duterte by his nickname.
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This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. Dozens of students trooped outside the presidential palace in Manila in a separate protest and burned an effigy of Marcos in a mock coffin. The stealthy burial enraged democracy advocates and sparked protests in Manila and other cities. After being ousted in , he flew to Hawaii, where he lived with his wife and children until he died in