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The president-elect of Panama, Laurentino Cortizo, said that "the country needs peace," were his words before thanking the presidential candidate Rómulo Roux for having recognized his triumph on Sunday May 5 in the general elections.

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El pronunciamiento de los obispos se dan ante lo que calificaron como intentos de manipular declaraciones suyas para favorecer a campañas políticas, sin especificar de cual se trata.

First draft of the Fourth Bridge project on the Panama Canal

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First draft of the Fourth Bridge project on the Panama Canal

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The bridge will have an extension of 3,950 meters, contemplating the length of the cable-stayed bridge and its road system, consisting of access viaducts and interchanges.

More than 35 thousand cedulas processed have not been withdrawn in the Electoral Tribunal

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More than 35 thousand cedulas processed have not been withdrawn in the Electoral Tribunal

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The magistrate Eduardo Valdés Escoffery explained that the Electoral Tribunal will open its doors throughout the country on Wednesday, May 1, so that Panamanians can withdraw the certificates they have processed.

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By means of a letter, the President of the Republic, Juan Carlos Varela, made it clear that on July 1, 2019, he will hand over the presidential band, and at the end of his term, he will make public his patrimonial declaration.

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The National Director of the Electoral Organization, Osman Valdés, and his team met with members of the Electoral Observation Mission of the Organization of American States (OAS).

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Former Colombian President Andres Pastrana, head of the Electoral Observation Mission of the Organization of American States (OAS), is already in Panama to guarantee transparency in the general elections on May 5.

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The Human Rights Committee of the United Nations admitted the international claim presented in favor of former President Ricardo Martinelli Berrocal against the Panamanian State.

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From January to May 2 of this year, 2,002 complaints from consumers affected by irregularities in the stores have been reported throughout the country.

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Diosdado Cabello, the second in command in Venezuela after Nicolás Maduro, called the president of the Republic Juan Carlos Varela a thief and a thief.