Monday 7th August 2017. You, me the music and Giancarlo Benedetti

August 7, 2017

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Giancarlo Benedetti.


Joining me today in the last hour of the show Ginacarlo Benedetti. The theatre Guild of Ancon theatre is hosting this week a production called “Manuelita”.  It is a play that is written by Tasmin Clark and she is also performing. It is the story of the lover of Simon Bolivar and the influence that she had on him and the events around him. For tickets go to Thursday and Saturday will be in English and Friday in Spanish.

We also take a bit of rummage around the internet and great music… TBS on 89.3.

Keep tuned to 89.3 Cool FM.

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Coat_of_Arms_of_Panama.svgYesterday, President Juan Carlos Varela joined his counterparts from Chile, Michelle Bachelet, and Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, to express their opinion about the situation in Venezuela.

The Democratic Change (CD) party revealed on its Twitter account a conversation of President Juan Carlos Varela.

Last Friday, the Anticorruption Office ordered the house arrest and the impediment of being unable to leave the country of Gustavo García De Paredes, former rector of the University of Panama (UP).

Last Friday, almost a thousand workers marched through the center of the Panamanian capital to protest against the “institutionalized” corruption that has uncovered scandals like that of Odebrecht, and to demand the convening of a Constituent Assembly.

Yesterday, the general director of the Social Security Fund (CSS), Alfredo Martiz, said that he did not generalize when he denounced that doctors in the CSS fail to pay attention to the patients.

Today, Security Minister Alexis Bethancourt and director of the National Security Council, Rolando López, will head a Panamanian delegation traveling to the People’s Republic of China.

Former presidential candidate and economist, Juan Jované, considers that it would be “dangerous” for the national democracy that La Estrella de Panama newspaper shut down on the threshold of an electoral period.


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