Monday 1st August 2016. A good start to a new month, you, me and the Music.
August 1, 2016
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Indeed a nice relaxing start to a new day, a new week and a new month! No guests this morning so a good opportunity to play some great music and have a rummage around the Internet. How about the man who keeps donkeys in the UK and says they talk to him?
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Yesterday, members of the Democratic Revolutionary Party (PRD) chose the 4,200 delegates, who in October 30 will elect the new members of the National Executive Committee (CEN).
The Sixth Anti-Corruption Prosecutor conducted an inspection at the Directorate General of Revenue (DGI) as part of the investigation being conducted into former Minister of Labor Alma Cortés.
The Special Prosecutor for Organized Crime will continue to conduct operations against human trafficking, announced Attorney General of the Nation, Kenya Porcell.
Yesterday afternoon, there was a fire near Taboga Island, in the Panamanian Pacific.
After several months of expectation, Pope Francis gave the announcement hoped for by all members of the Panamanian Catholic Church. The country will host the next World Youth Day (WYD) in 2019 and thus the pontiff’s visit to Panama will become a reality.
Due to the scarcity and the large quantities of imported onions, prices of the product have recently increased, which has resulted in a strong confrontation between producers, traders and regulators.
The International Banking Center assets amounted to $118,482 million in May 2016, reported the Superintendency of Banks of Panama in its latest report on banking activity.
The environmental activist and lawyer Donaldo Sousa announced that today, at 10.30 am, environmentalists, associations and residents of the city will present an administrative complaint before the Ministry of Environment in Albrook, so that minister Mirei Endara and officials involved respond quickly in the case of the recent resolution establishing new limits for the Camino de Cruces National Park (PNCC).
Little by little, the Panamanian delegation that will compete in the Olympics has begun arriving in Rio de Janeiro. Comprising 10 athletes in seven sports, Panama hopes that some of them will achieve an outstanding performance and why not, an Olympic medal.