Agency Going After Marcos’ Ill-Gotten Wealth to be Abolished

The administration plans to abolish the Presidential Commission on Good Government, the agency tasked to recover ill-gotten wealth from the family of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos, as well as his cronies. Officials said that it is part of the government’s streamlining efforts. The agency was able to recover $3.4 billion but is still going after millions more, including several expensive artworks. Efforts are being made to rehabilitate

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