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Threatened with their impending imprisonment Defense Minister Enrile and his fellow coup plotters decided to ask for help from then AFP Vice Chief of Staff Lt. E. Left was at Edsa and long before. The constitution was approved by of voters in Philippine constitutional plebiscite

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The walkout also served as an affirmation to allegations of votebuying fraud and tampering election results by KBL. The revolution had an effect democratization movements in such countries as Taiwan and South Korea other effects include restoration of freedom press abolition repressive laws enforced by previous regime adoption Constitution subordination military civilian rule despite several coup attempts during Aquino . In while still prison Aquino founded his political party Lakas ng Bayan abbreviated LABAN English People Power to run for office the Interim Batasang Pambansa Parliament. So must its correction be. Later in the morning Corazon Aquino was inaugurated President of Philippines simple ceremony Club Filipino Greenhills about kilometer from Camp Crame

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