Monday 9th May. You, me and the music.
May 10, 2016
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It is you, me and the music on this Monday morning. We take a rummage around my music collection and also some of the things that are happening internationally. The UK after having elections vote in the first Muslim Mayor of the City of London Sadiq Khan.
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The long-term consequences for companies in Waked International, S.A. (Wisa) that have been included on the Clinton List for having laundered drug money are unclear.
Questions are being raised as to why Supreme Court Justice Harry Diaz was at the offices of the Wisa Group on the same day that the U.S. Department of the Treasury announced it had placed the company on its Clinton List for laundering money for drug traffickers.
Despite the debate that took place in the National Assembly to reform Law 22 of 2006, which regulates public procurement, the Independent Movement of Panama (MOVIN) reiterated on Saturday their request for a veto from the president of the Republic, Juan Carlos Varela.
Sunday morning a Delta Airlines aircraft made an emergency landing at the International Airport of Tocumen, after receiving a bomb threat.
Several families were affected by the flooding of the Santa Isabel river in Colon, reported yesterday by the National Information Services of the Government Ministry.
The rainy season has started in Panama, which could mean an increase in zika, Chicungunya and dengue cases, a product of poor waste management, a bad habit of Panamanians.
Many Panamanian authors have contributed to the literary heritage of the country. However, their works have been little studied over the years, to the point that many are unknown to the mainstream public.