Filipino riot police take their lunch while blocking an anti-government protest march in the Manila suburb of Quezon City July 9, 2005. Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo could face judgment day on Saturday if the influential Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines joins the chorus calling for her to resign. Arroyo's political prognosis took a dramatic turn for the worse on Friday when, one by one, bastions of the establishment deserted her: cabinet ministers, corporate chieftains, civic groups and political allies. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV CC/CCK

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Filipino riot police take their lunch while blocking an anti-government protest march in the Manila suburb of Quezon City July 9, 2005. Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo could face judgment day on Saturday if the influential Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines joins the chorus calling for her to resign. Arroyo's political prognosis took a dramatic turn for the worse on Friday when, one by one, bastions of the establishment deserted her: cabinet ministers, corporate chieftains, civic groups and political allies. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV CC/CCK

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