ILOCOS Gov. Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., only son of the late dictator Ferdinand E. Marcos, will face at least three years in jail. That is, if a recently unearthed Que­zon City Regional Trial Court decision regarding his 1995 tax-evasion conviction will be executed.

This was disclosed by an October 30 letter addressed to Solicitor General Alfredo Benipayo and written by former senator Jovito Salonga, which was faxed to The Manila Times.

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