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The first presidential debate ahead of the general elections on May 5 in Panama left on Wednesday the reiteration of promises of free things and subsidies to improve education, health and the agricultural sector, as well as a constitutional reform that cannot be postponed

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Francisco became the first Pope to step on Panamanian soil since 1983. On January 23, the streets of Panama City were transformed surrounded by people of many nationalities who accompanied the route of the Supreme Pontiff from the Tocumen International airport to the Apostolic Nunciature

Panama faces electoral campaign with new rules and networks as the great challenge

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Panama faces electoral campaign with new rules and networks as the great challenge

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Panama is on the verge of a new campaign for May general elections that reduces the period of proselytizing to 60 days and controls its spending, but whose great challenge is the dynamics of social networks and the infamous fake news, acknowledged to Acan-Efe the electoral magistrate, Alfredo Juncá

Court will decide if it admits Martinelli's complaints for slander

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Court will decide if it admits Martinelli's complaints for slander

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A Court of Guarantees of Panama will decide on Thursday the admission or not of two lawsuits filed against three people by former President Ricardo Martinelli (2009-2014), detained in a trial by alleged illegal eavesdropping, reported on Wednesday the Judicial Branch (JB)

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A summit between the president of the United States and the leader of the North Korea in Hanoi was cut short on Thursday without the expected joint declaration being signed

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The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) warned today that the president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, faces a "trial by fire" before the return of opposition leader Juan Guaidó, who has been recognized as head of state for more than fifty countries

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A former attorney of the president of the United States said Wednesday that his then-boss was aware in mid-2016 that one of his advisers was in contact with WikiLeaks concerning the disclosure of thousands of Democratic Party emails

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The president of the United States and North Korea's leader will have a one-on-one meeting on Wednesday evening followed by dinner at the start of the second summit focused on North Korea's denuclearization and the possibility of moving towards the establishment of diplomatic relations

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Venezuelan self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaido was planning his return to Caracas on Tuesday just as Univision news anchor Jorge Ramos and his team were returning to Miami after Venezuela's incumbent president, Nicolas Maduro, ordered them deported