Friday 9th June 2017. Panama group Entre Nos and things to do with Gabriel from The Visitor.

June 9, 2017

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[/vc_column_text][thb_gap height=”75″][vc_column_text]Welcome back Robert Spratt from the local pop group “Entre Nos” we chat about their history and play their music including the latest single “Memorizarte”


In the last hour our Friday slot with Gabriel from “The Visitor” Newspaper. We take our weekly look at some of the things to keep us occupied here in Panama.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The News:

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Special Anti-Corruption Prosecutor Tania Sterling is competent to issue precautionary measures for Luis Enrique and Ricardo Alberto Martinelli Linares.

In the coming days, the Broad Front for Democracy (FAD) will request the Electoral Tribunal to close the registration books of new adherents for recognition as a political party.

First criminal judge Agueda Renteria Sánchez issued acquittal No. 19, in favor of ophthalmologist Miguel Francisco Wong Tang, accused of an offense against the life and personal integrity (culpable homicide).

On June 7, the National Assembly’s Budget Committee approved a $762,600 transfer to the Panama Passport Authority to purchase materials to be used in the preparation of electronic passports of 32 pages.

The Ministry of Labor (Mitradel) called on the Panamanian Union of Commercial Aviators (Unpac) and Copa Airlines, to remain at the negotiating table, seeking a solution to the labor dispute in order to prevent a strike.

Grass and garbage are gaining ground on the Cinta Costera III in El Chorrillo because the contract for the maintenance of the space expired a month ago.

Some 200 parliamentarians from Latin America will meet in Panama starting today, to discuss the issue of illegal migration in the region and possible actions to be recommended to the member governments of the Latin American Parliament and the Caribbean (Parlatino).

Starting tomorrow, workers will begin installing “U beams” for line 2 of the Panama Metro along Avenida Domingo Diaz, opposite San Antonio.

Panama’s first prison brand, IntegrArte, exceeded all expectations during its presentation at the opening ceremony of the Eleventh European Development Day, held in Brussels, Belgium from June 7-8.


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