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EDSA Revolution of 2001

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EDSA Revolution of 2001

EDSA Revolution of 2001 refers to either of two consecutive events relating to a change of power in the Philippines over the course of the first four months of 2001.

These are:

  • EDSA II in January 2001 that toppled President Joseph Estrada after an aborted impeachment trial
  • EDSA III in March to April 2001 that climaxed in a failed siege of the presidential palace by Estrada's supporters

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