Friday 10th February 2017. Mi Escuela Primero and what to do in Panama.
February 10, 2017
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Thanks to our guests this morning, Frederico del Bono from Mi Escuela Primero. It is a government entity set up by the Presidencia specifically to look after the physical condition of Panama’s school. Hear about the work they are doing and how you can help. ([email protected])
Gabriel is back! After his vacation at the beach he is back with us. Some great info on what is happening and what you can be doing, especially if you are here on vacation.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The News:
Ramón Fonseca Mora arrived yesterday at the offices of the Public Ministry in the Avesa Building, giving alarming statements about the Odebrecht case involving President Juan Carlos Varela and other personalities of the ruling party.
Yesterday, minister of the Presidency Álvaro Alemán presented before the plenary of the National Assembly a bill of protection of personal data.
Last Wednesday, the plenary of the National Assembly approved on second debate the proposed judicial reforms that are expected to streamline criminal proceedings and reduce prison overcrowding.
Deputies from the Infrastructure and Canal Affairs Commission agreed to call on the board of directors of the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) to respond about the Corozal port project and other activities carried out by the institution.
Yesterday, the Attorney General’s Office made an inspection at the offices of the law firm Mossack Fonseca, a company linked to alleged money laundering in Brazil and to alleged anomalies in its offshore operations.
Judge Humberto López Correa, who is assigned to a trial court in Darién, has been suspended as part of a corruption investigation opened by the Sixth Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office based on a complaint by Supreme Court Chief Justice Jose Ayú Prado.
Yesterday was formally inaugurated the first children’s park of Casco Antiguo.
The Public Ministry and police have carried out at least 17 raids in Isla Bastimentos, in Bocas del Toro, as part of the investigation into the death of Catherine Johannet.
Last Wednesday, the basic content of the preliminary document title of the Environmental Code of the Republic of Panama was unanimously approved by the commission of the National Assembly that works on the preparation of the document.