Friday 26th May 2017. XIV Guitar Festival and what else is happening “The Visitor”
May 26, 2017
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In the second hour this morning Enrique Tellez is in the studio to talk about the XIV Guitar Festival which is starting on Sunday and will go on for a week.
What to do and where to go, Gabriel pays his Friday visit to talk about things happening and what is in this weeks Visitor newspaper.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The News:
After several years of political inactivity, the transport leader, Marcos González decided yesterday to return to the ranks of the opposition Democratic Change party (CD).
Another official of the administration of President Juan Carlos Varela has benefited from discretionary funds.
In the midst of the growing wave of crime in the country, the President of the Republic, Juan Carlos Varela, announced on Wednesday the increase of the National Police force.
The scarcity of some supplies in Social Security, especially of certain types of catheters, has affected patients with critical renal problems who are waiting for a kidney transplant.
Members of the Panamanian Union of Commercial Aviators (UNPAC) held a picket Thursday morning in the vicinity of the Ministry of Labor (Mitradel) in Tumba Muerto.
A report from the Consumer Protection Authority (Acodeco) revealed that – in the first four months of this year – the institution detected 42,580 products with expired sales dates in different inspections of commercial premises.
The XIV International Guitar Encounter, Panama 2017, will take place from May 28 to 31, at the City of Knowledge Convention Center.