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Forty-four Philippine generals and 22 lower-ranking officers have been accused of illegally enriching themselves during the 20-year rule of deposed President Ferdinand E. Marcos. Government television reported that the Commission on Good Government appointed by Marcos’ successor, President Corazon Aquino, has turned over complaints against the officers to a panel probing the “hidden wealth” of military men close to Marcos.


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