Upon returning to the Philippines, she enrolled in law school in Manila, where she met Benigno Aquino, Jr., an ambitious young journalist who also came from a family with considerable wealth.
The couple married in 1954, and would go on to have five children together: one son and four daughters.
Ipinahayag noong Hulyo 2009 na malubha na ang kundisyon ng dating Pangulo kaya't isinugod na siya sa Makati Medical Center hinggil sa kawalan ng ganang kumain. ( GMT Friday) of cardio-respiratory arrest (Namatay ng mapayapa ang aming ina noong ika- ng madaling araw sa sanhing paghuling kardyorespiratoryo)," sabi ng kanyang panganay na anak na lalaking si Senador Benigno Aquino III nang kausap ang mga mamahayag sa Kalakhang Maynila.
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When Marcos unexpectedly called for elections in 1986, Corazon Aquino became the unified opposition's presidential candidate.
She took office after Marcos fled the country, and served as president, with mixed results, until 1992.
Tutol si dating Pangulong Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III ang plano ng Duterte administrasyon na buwagin ang Presidential Commission on Good Government (PCGG) at Commission on Human Rights (CHR).