1. Protesters marching while holding banner that reads (English) "Never again to Martial law! Free all political prisoners now!"
2. Various of protesters marching
3. Close of man wearing a headband that reads (English) "Never again" with a placard in the background that reads (English) "Free all political prisoners! Gabriela (Name of women right's group)"
4. Pull out from banner that reads "No to hero's burial for Marcos!" to protesters
5. Martial law victim and activist Bonifacio Ilagan, who was arrested and tortured during martial law, speaking on stage
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Bonifacio Ilagan, martial law victim and activist:
"I speak on behalf of my generation that suffered. I speak on behalf of the countless Filipinos who endured plunder, who endured human rights violations. And so 44 years later (after) martial law was declared, we remain vigilant."
Hundreds of protesters marched near the Presidential Palace in Manila on Wednesday on the 44th year anniversary of the declaration of martial law by former Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos.
The anniversary rally called for justice for all victims of Marcos' rule, as well as for the current victims of authoritarian rule.
Protesters also strongly opposed any form of state honours for the late dictator, including his burial at the Heroes' Cemetery.
On 21 September 1972, former dictator Ferdinand Marcos proclaimed the Philippines under martial law to fight against the increasing armed communist insurgency in the country.
The Marcos family fled the Philippines at the height of the army-backed People Power Revolution, which spurred on other democracy movements in Asia.
Ferdinand Marcos died in exile in Hawaii in 1989 and his body was returned in 1993 to his northern Philippine hometown of Batac, where it has been displayed in a glass coffin and has become a tourist attraction.
A coalition composed of Filipino human rights victims and claimants of the Marcos dictatorship are calling on Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte to reconsider after he gave the go-ahead for the burial of the former dictator at the Heroes' Cemetery.
The Philippine Supreme Court has halted the burial until further notice.
The protest against authoritarian rule and martial law comes as more than 3,000 drug suspects are reported to have died in a crackdown since Duterte assumed the presidency on 30 June.
More than 600,000 others have surrendered to authorities for fear they also would be killed.
Human rights observers have called into question Duterte's tactics and a history of supporting extra-judicial killings.
Duterte has said that threats to investigate him locally or by international organisations like the United Nations over possible human rights violations would not stop him from proceeding with the drug crackdown.
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