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  • 2017/03/21 14:09:17

    Mossack & Fonseca case still awaiting justice's response

    Jürger Mossack, Ramón Fonseca and Edison Teano have been detained since February 9 by order of the Second Office of the Prosecutor against Organized Crime

    Álvaro Pulido

    Jürger Mossack, Ramón Fonseca and Edison Teano have been detained since February 9 by order of the Second Office of the Prosecutor against Organized Crime

  • 2017/03/13 16:58:43

    Paso Canoas, the abandoned city by Venezuelan migrants

    The city abandoned by Venezuelan migrants

    Editor

    Few days ago the flow of Venezuelan migrants at Paso Canoas, on the border between Costa Rica and Panama was remarkable.

  • 2017/03/11 13:39:32

    Exclusive: Sidney Sittón presents evidence tied to the close circle of Varela with bribes

    The legal action was filed by Attorney Sitney Sittón, in which he asked the Public Prosecutor's Office to request information from Switzerland, Brazil, the United States, China and Hong Kong of where there were about 400 million dollars in bribe payments involving people of the inner circle of President Juan Carlos Varela

    Editor

    According to Sittón, the documentation sent to him for processing included "reliable and accurate" information from the banks in which Odebrecht and its subsidiaries deposited in China and Hong Kong, which particularly have people related and linked to the environment of the President Juan Carlos Varela

  • 2017/03/06 18:14:18

    Rafael Guardia Jaén settles back into the public eye

    Rafael Guardia Jaén settles back into the public eye

    Andrés Castellano

    A scandalous case settles back into the public eye after the former director of the National Aid Program (PAN) Rafael Guardia was granted a precautionary measure for imprisonment, who is prohibited from leaving the nation without judicial authorization and it is established the obligation to appear once a month before the authorities

2017/03/06 11:40:32
  • Panama is on the list of the European Commission
  • Inside Panama's blacklists

    Elaine Nava

    Although there is no global consensus on which territories can be considered tax havens, some 70 countries are listed as opaque jurisdictions

2017/03/02 16:51:07
2017/02/25 09:43:21
2017/02/22 14:28:31
  • No doubt the most emblematic case was that of Nidal Waked, who was arrested in May last year during a proceeding in Colombia
  • What has happened to the Panamanian names on the Clinton List?

    Álvaro Pulido

    The US Department of the Treasury, which has been leading the list since 1995, issued last year following the so-called Panamanian scandal that there were at least 200 Panamanian names that were linked to drug trafficking and money laundering

2017/02/17 11:05:35
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2017/02/12 10:48:25
  • Will " Techos de Esperanza" save the president from the scandal?
  • Will "Techos de Esperanza" save the president from the scandal?

    Andrés Castellano

    After the scandal of last week with the accusations of Fonseca to Juan Carlos Varela , his popularity so low , the credibility of the president is on the ground and not even his project " Techos de Esperanza" will help him to recover the credibility under the eyes of the population

2017/02/07 19:40:18
  • Varela's "interventionism" in the Assembly
  • Varela's "interventionism" in the Assembly

    Andrés Castellano

    President Juan Carlos Varela announced in recent days the possibility of "intervening" in the National Assembly in order to approve reforms to the Electoral Code that are discussed by the deputies

2017/02/04 12:31:08
  • The pressure by the Panamanian authorities and citizens to remove the name of the country from one of the largest tax evasion and money laundering cases in history, the Panama Papers, has been presenting results
  • Will Panama Papers be renamed?

    Álvaro Pulido

    The most representative "victory" was when the Central American Parliament (Parlacen) managed to stop calling the Panama Papers to the scandal investigation in the European zone

2017/02/04 09:47:05
  • A little more than a month after the case was discovered, the construction company operated in Panama leaving at least $ 59 million in bribes for former officials and relatives
  • Odebrecht employees: "The forgotten"

    Andrés Castellano

    A little more than a month after the case was discovered, the construction company operated in Panama leaving at least $ 59 million in bribes for former officials and relatives