Convicted Imelda Marcos can still run in 2019 - Comelec | Inquirer News

Despite being convicted of seven counts of graft charges, former first lady and Ilocos Norte Rep. Imelda Marcos is still qualified to run for the 2019 midterm elections, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) said on Friday.

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A special court has the former Philippine first lady’s arrest.

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Imelda Marcos arrest warrant issued after failing to appear in court - KPAX.com

Philippines hands Imelda Marcos lengthy prison term in graft case

Imelda Marcos was found guilty of corruption on Friday and handed a lengthy prison term in a rare conviction for the former Philippine first lady accused with her late dictator husband of embezzling billions of dollars from state coffers. The verdict from the anti-graft Sandiganbayan court orders her

Decades-old Imelda charges show justice is 'frustrating,' 'a victim' | Philstar.com

Regardless of the verdict, the Sandiganbayan's conviction of former first lady and Ilocos Norte Rep. Imelda Marcos show that justice is a clear victim, Sen. Panfilo Lacson said.

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Imelda Marcos, wife of late Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos, earned notoriety for her shoe collection.

Opposition solons on guilty verdict vs Imelda: 'Remain on the lookout' | Inquirer News

Despite Sandiganbayan's guilty verdict against former First Lady and now Ilocos Norte 2nd District Rep. Imelda Marcos, opposition lawmakers on Friday urged the public to remain "on the lookout" and continue demanding for accountability against the Marcos family. Despite Sandiganbayan's guilty verdict against former First Lady and now Ilocos Norte 2nd District Rep. Imelda Marcos, opposition lawmakers on Friday urged the public to remain "on the lookout" and continue demanding for accountability against the Marcos family.

The Philippines' anti-corruption court on Friday ordered the arrest of former first lady Imelda Marcos after finding her guilty on seven counts of graft during the two-decade rule of her husband and former dictator, Ferdinand Marcos.