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‘Malacañang website suspended, being updated’

Alexis Romero - The Philippine Star
âMalacañang website suspended, being updatedâ
“Please be informed that contrary to reports that it has been deleted, the website malacanang.gov.ph is merely suspended following measures to update the content therein and improve its security features,” the Malacañang Museum said in a statement posted on its Facebook page last Monday.
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MANILA, Philippines — The Malacañang Museum has clarified that the website malacanang.gov.ph has not been deleted and would be back online soon.

“Please be informed that contrary to reports that it has been deleted, the website malacanang.gov.ph is merely suspended following measures to update the content therein and improve its security features,” the Malacañang Museum said in a statement posted on its Facebook page last Monday.

“Rest assured that the contents of the said website have not been compromised and will be made available to the public at the soonest possible time,” it added.

Last Monday, historian Manolo Quezon III tweeted that malacanang.gov.ph, where the repositories of the Presidential Museum and Library were, was “gone.”

Quezon, a former undersecretary for the Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office, posted alternative links to contents that were published in the website.

The links shared by Quezon lead to pages discussing the declaration of Martial Law by former president Ferdinand Marcos, father of presumptive president Ferdinand Marcos Jr.

Quezon also tweeted links to web pages tackling the historic 1986 EDSA Revolution, which abruptly ended the 20-year presidency of the elder Marcos.

The malacanang.gov.ph remained inaccessible as of yesterday afternoon.­

MALACANANG.GOV.PH

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