Should the late President Marcos will be buried in Libingan ng mga Bayani?
I've made a research on the said Libingan ng mga Bayani and how was this created and its purpose. Here's I've found out:
The Republic Memorial Cemetery at Fort McKinley was established in May 1947 as a fitting tribute to the gallant Filipino men and women who brought honor to the country and fought for the sake of freedom and democracy.
On October 27, 1954, the Memorial Cemetery was renamed Libingan Ng Mga Bayani (LNMB) by the late President Ramon Magsaysay. Presidential Proclamation No. 208 was then issued by PRESIDENT FERDINAND E. MARCOS on May 28, 1967, to reserve an area of 142 hectares from the Fort Bonifacio Military Reservation.
This was intended for National Shrine purposes and placed under the administration of the Military Shrines Services, Philippine Veterans Affairs, Department of National Defense. The Libingan Ng Mga Bayani is under the administration and maintenance of the Grave Service Unit (GSU), a unit of the Philippine Army Support, Armed Forces of the Philippines.
The mission of the GSU is to provide grave services to deceased military personnel who died in line of duty or were honorably discharged, FILIPINO VETERANS, FORMER PRESIDENTS, GOVERNMENT DIGNITARIES, STATESMAN AND NATIONAL ARTISTS.
Aside from maintaining the LNMB and the military grave site at Manila North Cemetery, the unit is also capable of providing mortuarial and memorial services to authorized personnel.
My final message:
Aquino and Marcos should reconcile for the country... move on Philippines!