Friday 24th February 2017. British Week and What’s Happening.
February 24, 2017
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Thanks to Dr Ian Collard the British Ambassador to the Republic of Panama for joining us in the second hour of this mornings program. We are coming up for British Week celebrated from the 9th through to the 18th of March. Find out whats happening and mark your diaries.
Only one way to end the week, what’s on in Panama, as we take a look at the happenings over the Carnival with Gabriel from “The Visitor”[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2”][vc_column_text]The News:
The Electoral Tribunal (TE) found a first obstacle in the legislative discussion of the bill that reforms the Electoral Code.
Ramón Fonseca Mora and Jürgen Mossack, founders of the law firm Mossack Fonseca, will continue being interviewed by prosecutors after the Carnivals.
The Special Prosecutor’s Anticorruption Office raided the headquarters of Super 99 and Promotora y Desarrollo Los Andes.
Social workers will have a salary between $1,285 and $3,350, establishes a decree of the Ministry of Labor, promulgated yesterday in the Official Gazette.
Yesterday, the Public Prosecutor’s Office carried out inspections at the facilities of the Pan-American Football Federation (Fepafut).
Italian President Sergio Matarella has accepted the credentials of Ana Maria de Leon de Alba as the new ambassador of Panama to Italy.
The Health Ministry (Minsa) has established 93 health centers and 20 hospitals that will be open 24 hours a day over the carnivals, confirmed the head of Health, Miguel Mayo.
The Ministry of Education (Meduca) announced the 2017 school calendar, which includes length of quarters, vacation periods and graduation dates.
The Environment and Development Commission of the National Assembly created a subcommittee on consultations and analysis of draft law No. 457, which amends Law 70 of 2012.