IN PHOTOS: Rallies for and against the Marcos burial

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines) — All over the country, people took to the streets on Friday to express their sentiments on the sudden burial of President Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani last week.

Read: Supporters, critics of Marcos to stage nationwide protests today

In a 9-5 decision, the Supreme Court on Nov. 8 ruled in favor of burying Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani. The high court ruled he's qualified for burial there because of his service as a President and a soldier.

Read: Supreme Court allows burial of Marcos at Heroes' Cemetery

President Rodrigo Duterte, who pushed for the burial, stood by his and the Supreme Court's decision.

Read: Duterte: If Marcos was no soldier, no president - I'll step down

However, some groups said Marcos did not deserve a hero's burial, citing the widespread graft and corruption during the Martial Law era, as well as the rape, torture, abductions, disappearances and murders of political opponents.

Read: Martial Law victims: Never forget

Here are the pictures from today's demonstrations:

In Metro Manila, protesters converged at Luneta Park on Friday afternoon.:

Meanwhile, pro-Marcos and pro-Duterte rallyists also headed to Luneta Park to conduct a counter-protest:

Anti-Marcos protests in other parts of the country

In Bicol, protest highlights include a real funeral car, a vow to block Marcos restoration and calls to end militarization. The funeral car carried nine people in robes, representing the nine Supreme Court Associate Justices who favored Marcos' burial.

Meanwhile, rain did not stop around a hundred militants from joining the Black Friday protest in Bacolod City.

The protesters, mostly members of the Bagong Alyansang Makabayan-Negros and other progressive groups, marched from the San Sebastian Cathedral up to the Fountain of Justice here while shouting, "Marcos, Hitler, Diktador, Tuta [Marcos, Hitler, Dictator, Puppet]!"

In Mindanao, where Duterte hails from, protests in Cagayan de Oro and Bacolod City likewise called for accountability from the Marcoses and the President.

CNN Philippines Correspondents Ina Andolong, Anjo Alimario and JC Gotinga, Legazpi Stringer Rosas Olarte, Bacolod Stringer Shiela Gelera, Cagayan de Oro Stringer Alwen Saliring and Palawan Stringer Catherine Santos contributed to this report.