Must Watch: Ex-VP Doy Laurel Reveals Alleged Corruption Under Cory Aquino Admin as Much Worse than Marcos

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Former Vice President Salvador “Doy” Laurel revealed in a viral video which resurfaced anew on social media the alleged rampant corruption during the Cory Aquino admin which is much worst compared to the leadership of former Pres. Ferdinand Marcos.

Doy Laurel helps us remind of how the politicians of their era betrayed the people and allowed the country to deteriorate from bad to worse. Pres. Cory Aquino’s administration were left unfulfilled, and the spirit of people power was betrayed by the failures of the Aquino administration during Cory Aquino’s time.

The former Vice President who was instrumental in the ascension of Pres. Cory Aquino into power during the EDSA People Power Revolution exposed that the Aquino admin was no better than the Marcos regime, maybe even worse.

Watch the Exclusive Interview with VP Doy Laurel:

During the said exclusive interview which went viral just recently, Laurel mentioned that corruption was at it’s highest, and peace and order were much worse duFacring Cory’s term than when she came into office.

Based upon the exclusive interview with former Vice President Doy Laurel, the veteran politician was clearly disillusioned and realized that Cory Aquino doesn’t have what it takes to lead the nation during the trying times that just suffered from uncertainty in governance.

VP Doy Laurel bared further that Pres. Cory Aquino does not have have direction on how to govern the nation, she was more like an innocent bystander hoping that the country’s problem would go away on its own.

Laurel expressed his deep disappointment with the Cory administration based on the controversial interview as he noted that this could be the reason why most people present during the Martial Law are saying that it is way better than the Aquino administration.

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