‘Lost’ Picasso spotted in Imelda Marcos’s home after son’s election win

Artwork’s appearance fuels fears family will use return to power to further stifle efforts to recover ill-gotten wealth

The glimpse of a possible Picasso in the home of Imelda Marcos seen during a visit by her son, Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr, after his election win has set off a flurry of speculation in the Philippines, where the family that once plundered billions is set to return to power.

Marcos Jr, the son and namesake of the late dictator, won a landslide victory in Monday’s presidential election, an outcome that has appalled those who survived his father’s regime.

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