Friday 18th August 2017. Panama and India. What, where, when with Gabriel.
August 18, 2017
[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]Program audio:
Ambassador H.E. Shamma Jain the Indian ambassador to Panama joins us in the second hour today. After being in Panama for three years now and near to the end of her term, we share some of her experiences. We talk about trade and the achievements of one of the worlds most dynamic economies.
In the last hour we have Gabriel back with us as we look at what, where and when. Some of the things that we can be doing here in Panama over the next week or so. All bought to us by “The Visitor” newspaper. Go on line and check it out.
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The News:
Silvana Manzini de De Obarrio, the mother of Adolfo Chichi De Obarrio, private secretary to former president Ricardo Martinelli from 2009 to 2014, was transferred from the transitional cell of the Judicial Investigation Directorate (DIJ) in Ancón to the Cecilia Orillac de Chiari female rehabilitation center, on Domingo Díaz road.
Although the government decided not to demolish the historic Wilcox house in the province of Colón, there is another problem: its restoration is in a limbo.
The National Assembly convened for August 23 and Wednesday, August 24, a public consultation for bill 509, which amends articles of the Tax Code in matters of property tax.
The Panamanian preacher Rivelino Rey Acosta, who was arrested in Spain for an alleged fraud case, denied the charges against him during an interview with the newspaper El Mundo.
At least 22 people were arrested yesterday in an anti-gang operation carried out by the National Police (PN) in the sector of Curundú in the capital city.
The defense of the former governor of Quintana Roo, Roberto Borge, filed a habeas corpus before the Supreme Court of Justice of Panama to declare the detention of his client illegal and thus avoid his extradition to Mexico.
Operation Soberanía, as it is known the patriotic feat of May 2, 1958, has now a permanent exhibition in the Museum of the Canal.