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Former Philippine First Lady and Ilocos Norte Representative Imelda Marcos has been convicted on seven counts of graft for transferring funds to private foundations in Switzerland and is sentenced to at least six years and one month imprisonment for each count.

(3rd UPDATE) Imelda Marcos can obtain provisional liberty while appealing the conviction, the court says

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  2. South China Morning Post

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  1. Former Philippine First Lady and Ilocos Norte Representative Imelda Marcos has been convicted of seven counts of graft for transferring to private foundations in Switzerland and is sentenced to six years and 11 months imprisonment.
  2. Former Philippine First Lady and Ilocos Norte Representative Imelda Marcos has been convicted on seven counts of graft for transferring to private foundations in Switzerland and is sentenced to at least six years and one month imprisonment for each case. Marcos is eligible for bail.
  3. Former Philippine First Lady and Ilocos Norte Representative Imelda Marcos has been convicted on seven counts of graft for transferring funds to private foundations in Switzerland and is sentenced to at least six years and one month imprisonment for each count.

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