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  • 2017/06/27 15:55:03

    PANAMA: Who survives or stays on the ‘Clinton List’?

    PANAMA: Who survives or stays on the ‘Clinton List’?

    Andrés Castellano

    The “Clinton List”, created in 1995 during Bill Clinton’s government and therefore its name, is a database, or “blacklist” officially called: Specially Designated Narcotics Traffickers or SDNT list, where companies or people from all over the world who for the United States have had ties to drug money, who have been drug traffickers or have been involved in money laundering offenses are grouped

  • 2017/06/27 13:33:41

    Government is accused of violating freedom of speech

    According to the legal representative of the Epasa Group, Gilberto Cruz Ríos, the investigations carried out by the Attorney General regarding the purchase of the media are “outsourced actions that violate freedom of speech and livelihoods of more than 300 families”

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    According to the legal representative of the Epasa Group, Gilberto Cruz Ríos, the investigations carried out by the Attorney General regarding the purchase of the media are “outsourced actions that violate freedom of speech and livelihoods of more than 300 families”

  • 2017/06/12 17:20:53

    The government's attempt to conceal the Odebrecht case

    The background that the Panamanian administration has had regarding the lack of information regarding the investigations of embezzlement funds of Odebrecht have been going for several years

    Álvaro Pulido

    The works carried out by Panamanian governments in recent years have generated a series of investigations with several officials and natural persons who could have benefited from the payment of bribes to facilitate contracts with the Brazilian construction company

  • 2017/06/03 16:18:45

    An openly gay man founds CREEMOS, an all inclusive political party in Panama

    An openly gay man founds CREEMOS, an all inclusive political party in Panama

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    Clement is a 44-year-old Panamanian, involved  for a quarter of a century in children's theater and openly gay. He made his first step in the world of politics with the Popular Party in the general elections of 2014

2017/06/01 07:14:42
  • BLACK ETHNIC MONTH: Meet the Panamanian Barbadian Deputy Mayor
  • BLACK ETHNIC MONTH: Meet the Panamanian Barbadian Deputy Mayor

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    Although May 30th was decreed as the day of the "Black Ethnic" in Panama, there will be activities to highlight the contribution of the Afro culture in the country. One of the people who proudly shows her ethnic is the Deputy Mayor of the City of Panama, Raisa Banfield, who is an professional architect and environmentalist, who emphasizes “the joy, rhythm, harmony, strength and vocation of work” as part of the afro-descendant values.

2017/05/30 11:15:51
  • Before they escaped in a public transport unit, according to statements by witnesses in the area, two armed men, one of them disguised as a woman, entered the place and without a word killed a woman who was later identified Like Tatiana Lorenzo Boyd
  • Who killed Tatiana Lorenzo Boyd?

    Álvaro Pulido

    Before they escaped in a public transport unit, according to statements by witnesses in the area, two armed men, one of them disguised as a woman, entered the place and without a word killed a woman who was later identified Like Tatiana Lorenzo Boyd

2017/05/26 17:10:54
  • Cochez: Venezuelan ambassador in Panama "must be declared persona non grata"
  • Cochez: Venezuelan ambassador in Panama "must be declared persona non grata"

    Eliana Pantoja

    After Jorge Luis Durán Centeno accused the local media of spreading lies about the crisis in his country, former OAS ambassador Guillermo Cochez not only joined the criticism of Panamanian Vice President and Foreign Minister Isabel De Saint Malo, but made important claims against the Venezuelan diplomatic corps

2017/05/18 14:13:02
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2017/04/26 13:13:06
  • Guillemo Cochez thinks that the negotiations about a peaceful solution to the Venezuelan crisis are thwarted because no agreement has been reached on who would take over a transitional government
  • New Rumors of Political asylum for Maduro in Panama

    Eliana Pantoja

    Guillemo Cochez thinks that the negotiations for a peaceful solution about the Venezuelan crisis are thwarted because there is no agreement yet regarding who would take over in a transitional government, or what country would grant Nicolás Maduro a safe exile for him and his closer circle.

2017/04/22 11:38:36
2017/04/17 13:26:10
  • J.J. Rendon said that the current Panamanian government’s attitude towards the Venezuelan crisis shows a complicity of President Juan Carlos Varela in the coup d'état and the violation of fundamental rights in Venezuela
  • EXCLUSIVE, J.J. Rendon: "Varela is an accomplice of Maduro’s government"

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    During his participation at the XIV  Latin American Summit of Political Marketing and Governance held in Miami, Juan Jose Rendon, the Venezuelan political strategist, psychologist and publicist, spoke about the situation in Venezuela and addressed the position of the Panamanian government regarding the current crisis