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Ferdinand Marcos inquiry chief says commission should shut down

MANILA — A commission that has been pursuing the wealth of former dictator Ferdinand E. Marcos should be abolished, despite the fact that much of his allegedly ill-gotten wealth has not been recovered, its chairman said Wednesday.

Andres Bautista, the chairman of the Presidential Commission on Good Government, told reporters Wednesday that he had recommended to President Benigno S. Aquino III that the special commission be phased out.

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