Monday 4th September 2017. WavEd Foundation, surfing for good causes.

September 4, 2017

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Joining me this morning is Bastian Barnbeck who is the founder of the WavEd Foundation. A dollar a wave is the slogan and all funds raised go towards local school infrastructure, teaching English and of course teaching swimming and surfing. Want more information? Click any pic.

Bastian Barnbeck & Gerry

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Coat_of_Arms_of_Panama.svgFormer President Ricardo Martinelli detained in Miami since June 12, needs 30 days to prepare the appeal against his extradition, so he asked federal judge Edwin Torres of the Southern District Court of Florida, not to remit the case to the US Department of State before September 30.

Headquarters of the Cciap, Panama’s top corporate body, raised the proposal for a constitutional reform as the best way to re-order the justice system after a week of harsh criticism of the Supreme Court.

The General Secretary of the Public Ministry (MP), Rolando Rodríguez, reiterated yesterday that the institution has received information regarding pressures in which the prosecutors themselves and the staff are targeted.

The Joint Task Force (FTC) located the body of a man missing since Saturday.

The National Civil Protection System (SINAPROC) reported the finding after several hours of intense searching.

A pilot public transport service plan will be implemented by the Municipality of Panama in the Casco Antiguo.


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