Friday 29th September 2017. You, me, music and events.
September 29, 2017
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Plenty of great music this morning, including your requests. We take a look at some useless facts and What, Where and When.
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The Supreme Court of Justice (CSJ) declared the provisional arrest of presidential candidate José Domingo Arias (alias Mimito) legal, but decided to replace the precautionary measure with a ban from leaving the country without judicial authorization, as well as the obligation to present himself on the 30th of each month.
Victims of the “telephone wiretaps” in the Government of Ricardo Martinelli, filed in the National Assembly a complaint against magistrates of the Supreme Court of Justice (CSJ), Jose Ayu Prado and Luis Ramon Fábrega, for the alleged commission of crimes of abuse of authority and violations of the rights of public servants.
The restrictions that currently exist with respect to the operations of the expanded Canal should be reviewed, to remove them and generate more revenue, said the Canal administrator Jorge Luis Quijano.
The Public Ministry imposed yesterday the precautionary measure of provisional detention to three foreigners for alleged illegal practices in an aesthetic clinic located in the Bella Vista district.
Starting today, Copa Airlines will resume operations in San Juan de Puerto Rico.
The United States began to remove mustard gas and phosgene projectiles, as well as other nerve agents left in Panama when the canal was returned almost two decades ago, in a project sponsored by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW).
Between 11:00 p.m. yesterday and 4:00 a.m. today, Tocumen International Airport maintenance staff carried out work on the electrical system of the terminal.
Yesterday was re-inaugurated the Plaza 5 de Mayo, which was renovated as part of the Urban Revitalization works developed by the Panama City Hall.
Yesterday in Cinepolis de Multiplaza Pacific premiered the documentary “When the Forests Come Back”, a co-production of Fundación Albatros Media and Vertical Media on the dramatic deforestation that for years has impacted important wooded areas of Panama.