Friday 28th July 2017. Wines from Austria and What, where and when – The Visitor
July 28, 2017
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Great opportunity to hear about the history of wines from Austria. During the second hour we welcome back Carlos Mata as we sample a white, rose and red wine from Austria with quite surprising impressions.
What, Where and When. That is time on the program that we look at some of the things that are happening here in Panama especially around the City. Check it out with Gabriel from the Visitor Newspaper.
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The News:
Deputy Jorge Alberto Rosas instructed Rosa Mari Molino and Juan Carlos Rosas O’Donnell —partners of the firm Rosas & Rosas— on “obtaining cash funds for the payment of special payrolls”, through which the firm received more than $2 million from Constructora Internacional del Sur, a company that used the Brazilian construction company to pay bribes abroad.
The US Supreme Court has received a request from former Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli, who demands that he be released immediately and not extradited to Panama, where he is wanted for a case of illegal wiretapping, judicial sources told EFE.
The Executive Branch submitted to the plenary of the National Assembly the draft of the General State Budget bill for the next fiscal year in the amount of $23,397 million. The figure represents an increase of 7.9% compared to fiscal year 2017.
The Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) will request the Comptroller General of the Republic to perform an audit to verify the contracting processes of the Specialized University of the Americas (Udelas).
At a hearing held yesterday, the judges of the Court of Appeals of the Second Judicial District, confirmed the ruling issued by the Veraguas Compliance Judge and ordered Ariel Ernesto Urriola admitted into the Public Prison of Aguadulce, to serve a five year sentence for the crime against sexual integrity to the detriment of a minor.
The XXIII International Book Fair of Panama will be the stage to present the book “¡Basta! 100 women against gender violence”, with which Panama joins six other Latin American countries in which this comprehensive project of denouncing, educating and raising awareness about the different forms of violence against women has been developed, through the literary creation.