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Top 10 reasons why I joined Edsa '86

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By Hans Cacdac

Editor's note: Hans Cacdac is a lawyer and the deputy administrator of the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration.

10. I knew Marcos was stealing the February '86 snap elections.

9. I wanted to join a massive tide of change.

8. I wanted to be in the company of absolute dreamers.

7. I had faith in non-violent protest.

6. I adhered to Cardinal Sin's clarion call to congregate.

5. I thought Ninoy's assassins would be brought to justice.

4. I believed in Ninoy and Cory and what they stood for.

3. I believed that democracy for ordinary Pinoys was, and always will be, in the best interest of my country.

2. I knew sacrifice was, and always will be, in the best interest of my country.

1. Because I could always hope and be eternally proud.

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