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  • 2019/02/07 15:33:54

    Irán, primer afectado por lucha antiterrorista de la marina mercante panameña

    Iran, first affected by the anti-terrorist fight of the Panamanian merchant marine

    Editor

    La marina mercante de Panamá, la más grande del mundo, se blinda contra el terrorismo y sus primeros clientes afectados son cerca de 60 naves de origen iraní a las que se les retirará la bandera panameña por ser sospechosas de colaborar en actos terroristas

  • 2019/02/07 15:32:30

    Iran, first affected by the anti-terrorist fight of the Panamanian merchant marine

    Iran, first affected by the anti-terrorist fight of the Panamanian merchant marine

    Editor

    The merchant marine of Panama, the largest in the world, is armored against terrorism and its first affected customers are about 60 ships of Iranian origin that will be removed from the Panamanian flag for being suspected of collaborating in terrorist acts

  • 2017/10/26 08:29:50

    OFAC Vs. WAKED: ¿Pudo Varela evitar la injusticia?

    For former President Ernesto Pérez Balladares, the inclusion of the Waked family companies in the black list of the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) was “an administrative error from the United States.”

    Eliana Pantoja

    Pasada la euforia por el final feliz para los diarios La Estrella y El Siglo, dos importantes figuras política panameñas, que por años se mantuvieron en posiciones enfrentadas, Ernesto Pérez Balladares y Guillermo Cochez, creen que el Ejecutivo fue indiferente frente a lo que la opinión pública califica como una violación a la soberanía nacional que dejó pérdidas millonarias

  • 2017/10/26 08:28:07

    OFAC vs. WAKED: Could Varela have avoided this injustice?

    For former President Ernesto Pérez Balladares, the inclusion of the Waked family companies in the black list of the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) was “an administrative error from the United States.”

    Eliana Pantoja

    Two important Panamanian political icons believe that the Executive was indifferent to what the public opinion qualifies as a violation of national sovereignty that left millionaire losses