Friday 2nd September 2016. On line gallery and what’s on with the “Visitor”
September 2, 2016
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Nowadays you can buy virtually anything on line…. Now in Panama you can peruse the work of a large number of Panamanian artists and make purchases on line, but you can always go the physical gallery as well “Tamarindo Gallery, find out more about the way it works and what is being displayed with our guest Raul Altimar.
Being Friday we can find out from Gabriel from the Visitor News paper what we can be doing and some of the articles in this weeks edition.
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The News:
With the implementation of the criminal accusatory system set to go into effect today in the First Judicial District, various agencies being impacted by the change are reporting that they are more or less ready for it.
An alliance between politicians, agents of the National Air Service (Senan) and Panamanian and Colombian drug traffickers was dismantled Wednesday by units of the National Police during the so-called Operation Black Stone, which began on February 21 this year.
Between July 1, 2014 and June 1, 2016, some 73 principal and alternate deputies have made use of the tax exemptions allowed by law for the introduction of vehicles.
Panama maintains its position of requiring that Colombia immediately remove the discriminatory tariff on textiles and footwear from the Colon Free Zone.
On Wednesday, General Directorate of Revenue (DGI) Director Publio Cortes minimized the inconvenience taxpayers are experiencing with the new tax management system.
The National Bar Association (CNA) requested the director of the National Immigration Service (SNM), Javier Carrillo, to “prevent the entry to Panama of Venezuelan comedian George Harris, for violating the dignity of the country and Panamanians through his public appearances, in the city of Miami.”
The Health Commission of the National Assembly began consultations yesterday on the bill that would mandate the teaching of sexual education in schools.
Ten years after the Small Grants Program (PPD) was held in Panama, the United Nations Program for Development (UNDP) has invested about $3 million in 140 projects for capacity and skills building for environmental management, according to the guide “Strategy 2016-2019, Small Grants Program”, of the Ministry of Environment (MiAmbiente) and UNDP.