Diary of Ferdinand E. Marcos

June 15, 1972

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June 15th (Con’t)

Malacañan Palace

Manila

I explained to them that the less it is made to appear that they are protecting the First Lady and the less she is mentioned the better.

But a quite, unobstrusive effort must be made to build up her defense by an open defense of the delegates.

The Concon should now finish a constitution and prepare to close its work after disposing of the charges of Quintero who did not appear again the committee hearing today, protesting illness.

Tomorrow we give a luncheon for Kandall, the Pepsi Cola owner and adviser to Pres. Nixon.