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2018/03/16 10:46:58
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  • Isabel De Saint Malo
  • Panamanian Vice President will attend the World Economic Forum on Latin America


    The Panamanian Vice President and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Isabel De Saint Malo, told EFE in an interview today during the World Economic Forum on Latin America, in Sao Paulo (Brazil) that she will participate in several panels during said Forum. It was held this Thursday in Sao Paulo, Brazil, where he participated in the “Update on Latin America” ​​forum

2018/03/16 08:46:43
  • Afrosdisiaco
  • Music and culture in the Panamanian agenda


    The Panamanian group “Afrodisiaco”, winner of the Viña del Mar Festival in 2015 with the song “Viene de Panamá” as the best folklore song, will be presented at the Coastal Strip on Sunday March 18, starting at 4 o'clock in the afternoon

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  • Panamá
  • Panama joins Tsunami drill involving 31 Caribbean countries


    The Panamanian authorities are holding drills in areas in the Caribbean province of Colón to measure the country's response capacity to a tsunami warning, in an international exercise involving 31 countries and 17 territories in the Caribbean and adjacent areas and will be reported to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), promoted by the Caribbean Tsunami Warning Center

2018/03/15 17:58:17
  • Solís
  • Gerardo Solís: Electoral Law prohibits freedom of speech to silence opponents


    During his participation at the 5th Extraordinary Congress of the Democratic Revolutionary Party (PRD), political leader Gerardo Solís said that the amendments to the Electoral Law, in 2017, were promoted by President Juan Carlos Varela, to silence his opponents, “Varela passed an Electoral Law that prohibits freedom of speech, association, assembly, and transit and free movement of Panamanians so that electoral proposals are not known”

2018/03/15 16:34:17
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  • Mossack Fonseca
  • Mossack Fonseca law firm shuts down operations


    Almost two years after the Panama Papers scandal, the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca, involved in the controversial issue, announced it is shutting down. In a statement released by the law firm, the ceasing of operations was announced as of March 31