On Monday, Filipinos head to the polls in a general election. And thanks to the country's split-ticket system, voters get to elect a vice president directly. One name on the ballot is of particular interest: Ferdinand Marcos Junior, son of the late Philippine dictator Marcos. For many, the name Marcos is synonymous with martial law, graft and torture. But "Bong Bong", as he is known, is ahead in the opinion polls. Our team reports from the Philippines.
A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett and Laura Burloux.
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