The greatest advantage was the re-establishment of a democratic society and constitution. It had the unfortunate disadvantage of loss of human life in the process.
Pros and Cons of EDSA Revolution Brought Out In This Days
EDSA 'People Power' Revolution has been a historical event that astounded many countries for being an effective rally to suppress the Former President Ferdinad Marcos's Dictatorship for about 20 years. The non-violent, passive resistance of Filipinos attained praises overnight. As this bloodless revolution succeeded, the Marcos regime has finally ended. However, its aftermath remains intact in our lives.
First, it is undeniably a great opportunity to taste democracy again out of that ever-constrictive type of government system Philippines has ever brought, and with the administration of Ferdinand Marcos in that case. And though as how dictatorial leadership has its bad outcome, mostly due to inevitable abuse of power, too much freedom sometimes also causes a lot of conflicts. Have we learned that after having achieved democracy, we have been in a state of utopia? We thought everything would be perfect, we aspired that everything will change and go back to its rightful place, nothing entered our minds except fantasizing and imagining that this kind of government policy is the best. But this mindset is just as absurd as it is! Have we not observed that as soon as Marcos dictatorship ended, Filipinos became dumber? We must not deny this because many of us aren't well-read compared to those previous years. Educational institutions are freaked out thinking on how to teach students in a more effective way.
And what's even worse is how corrupt politicians began to get larger in number, the rise of the reds or communists mutiny is undoubtedly out of control!
Nevertheless, it was exceptionally a smart move. Who would have thought that it would succeed? And so that's why it was a well-known revolution that draw the attention of many countries with the fact that nobody died in the process. There is no great loss of lives, so those 20 million participants didn't even shed a blood, with also the fact that they are just holding rosaries! That was probably a tearful event if I had personally witnessed it myself.
On the other hand, it is a sigh of relief that our country's debts started to decrease as the tyranny were gone for good. But yet again, until today the country's still struggling to pay the debt incurred by Marcos administration. This has given us a big headache.
= How did 1986 EDSA people power revolution inspire change in other countries? =
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The peaceful revolution of the people is the remarkable account of the EDSA Revolution: The unity of the people, the oneness of the nation to bring back democracy. This showed the world how peace and unity can make big changes and influence the well-being of people. This is the lesson that most Filipinos are still struggling to inculcate in their everyday living. Nonetheless, the People Power Revolution will forever be a reminder of how love and oneness can surpass all. ^_^
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because edsa revolution is important
EDSA revolution day or simply 'EDSA day' as I call it, is celebrated and commemorated every February 25.
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Yes it is was
The EDSA revolution is also known as the People Power Revolution of the Philippines. The importance of the EDSA revolution was that the demonstration was a non-violent success to recover their freedom from then president Ferdinand Marcos and restore democracy to the Filipinos.
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Because of tax revolution
It happen on The Philippines in the Edsa... Duhh use your common sense... Kaya nga tinawag na EDSA Revolution kasi sa EDSA nangyari..
The EDSA Revolution is celebrated in February. The revolution took place between February 22 and the 25, 1986 in Metro Manila, Philippines.