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December 18, 1985

A former vice president and a retired chief justice told the Philippine Supreme Court that it should allow a special presidential election, even if it is unconstitutional, or the nation might be "plunged into (political) chaos." The court was hearing a dozen challenges to the constitutionality of the snap election that President Ferdinand E. Marcos has called for Feb. 7, a year ahead of schedule.

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