People Electric power Revolution
Day: February 22-25, 1986
Location: Quezon Metropolis, Philippines
Individuals: President Ferdinand Marcos
Armed Forces of the Philippines loyalists under Fabian Ver
Armed Forces from the Philippines rebels under Fidel V. Ramos
Secretary of Defense Juan Ponce Enrile
Protesters led by Jaime Cardinal Desprovisto
The strong force of democracy may be the masses or the people. It can topple dictatorship that inhibits the basic rights of an individual; the rights for flexibility of conversation, freedom intended for want, and freedom to get religion. Industry in the Israel. Since the declaration of Martial Law in September 21 years old, 1972 (Proclamation No . 1081) through the govt of the deposed President Ferdinand Edralin Marcos, these fundamental rights had been suppressed by the military regulation. This was the so-called bloodless revolution engulfed. One of the most significant national incidents that has been personalized in the hearts and thoughts of every Filipino. This part of history offered us a solid sense of pride specifically that additional nations experienced attempted to copy what we show the world of the real power of democracy. The real personal strength of democracy was observed with the EDSA Revolution. Huge number of people, military, power of prayers, the informed marine troops under the order of Marcos withdrew through the site. Superstars expressed their very own support adding a display to show off the injustices and the flaws carried out by the Marcos government. Filipino's proved to have effective efforts to oust a dictator by a demonstration without tolerance intended for violence and bloodshed. Praying and rosaries strengthened by faith had been the only weaponry that the Filipinos used to retrieve their liberty from President Ferdinand Marcos's iron hands.
This event just showed just how us Filipino's had our way to accomplish freedom and live readily in our individual land. Almost all Filipinos gathered in unity with courage and trust to dominate democracy in the...