Only one day is left for the Cabinet Council to debate on the law that could approve the Electoral Tribunal to integrate the fifth ballot in the elections on May 5, with the initiative to reform the Constitution as requested by outgoing President Juan Carlos Varela last January 2, after his presentation in the National Assembly
During the last months Panama Today has consulted the opinion of the country’s diverse public figures to know their impressions about the national reality, also on the eve of the 2019 General Elections it consulted its guests what actions should the new president do to fix the country's current situation.
With more than 90% of the votes the union leader, Saul Méndez, became the standard bearer for Frente Amplio por la Democracia (FAD) for the 2019 elections after having counted more than 50% of the ballots for the candidate with more of 1,300 votes
The union leader Saúl Méndez today formally stands for the presidential nomination of the leftist party Frente Amplio por la Democracia (FAD) ahead of the general elections on May 5
The Frente Amplio para la Democracia (FAD), the leftist party of Panama, has a two-day deadline to contest the regulations issued by the Electoral Court for the organization of its primary elections, ahead of the general elections of 2019
When it comes to political ideologies in Latin America, it seems that the region is under pressure and Panama is not the exception