Former first lady Imelda Marcos filed a second set of charges Friday against Foreign Secretary Raul Manglapus to force him to issue her a passport to return to the Philippines.

In a 13-page petition filed with a Manila trial court, Marcos' lawyers said Manglapus "whimsically, arbitrarily, and without jurisdiction" ordered all Philippine consulates in the United States not to give her travel documents.On Wednesday, the widow of the late President Ferdinand Marcos filed a complaint seeking $3.57 million from Manglapus and two other government officials.