Friday 10th January 2020. Mama esta mas chiquita play and What, Where and When.
January 10, 2020
In the second hour of today’s program it is a new production at the Pacific Theater “Mama esta mas chiquita.” To tell us all about it is its Director and Producer Levys Mon Calderon and actress and Producer Melanie Vizuete. Opening night is Wednesday next.
In the garden of peace, the commemorative events of the 56 years since the historical deed of January 9, 1964 took place on Thursday. In the main ceremony the President of the Republic, Laurentino Cortizo, called for us to honor those that gave for the country by doing things right.
The Minister of Security, Rolando Mirones, said that there will be consequences for the massacre in the La Joyita prison, specifying that all the information is being delivered to the Public Ministry, but that they cannot make public information that is part of the judicial process. Two days after presenting his administrative report as to what happened on December 17 in La Joyita, Mirones said that he cannot give details of the investigation.
Price control will not gradually disappear during the administration of President Laurentino Cortizo, although in the recent past he criticized the measure implemented in July 2014. During the commemorative events of January 9, the president warned that if any of the products that were excluded six months ago show increases in their price, they will not hesitate to include them again in the system.
A series of proposals that highlight the generation of 1,500 additional jobs to the existing ones in the emergency plan, the reactivation of megaprojects, will be presented to the Executive in the coming days by the Just Cause Movement of Colon.
The constitutionalist Carlos Ernesto González Ramírez affirms that the Public Ministry is the counterpart of the US Department of State in the extradition treaty of 1904.
Thirteen citizens with pending cases were apprehended by agents of the National Police in different sectors of the province of Colon during an operation carried out on January 9.
The World Bank estimates that the Panamanian economy will grow 4.2% in 2020, which would mean an acceleration of the growth rate compared to 3.5% that is calculated for the end of 2019.