Thursday 16th February 2017. A rummage through the music and Mona Lisa and Rodrigo.
February 16, 2017
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A rummage around the Internet and the music collection for the first couple of hours. In the last hour Mona Lisa and Rodrigo pop in for a chat and to promote their performance tonight at Sanbourns in Multiplaza.
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The Government decreed yesterday Wednesday February 15 “National Reflection Day” and that the National Flag be raised at half-mast in mourning for the death of Ricardo Arias Calderón.
Yesterday, president Juan Carlos Varela justified the designation of Minister of Security Alexis Bethancourt to be the representative of the state regarding the process that the Public Prosecutor is advancing against Odebrecht for the payment of bribes.
Last Tuesday, the Cabinet Council approved a bill that seeks to increase fines for companies that hire foreign workers without work permits.
Due to allegations of corruption that have been made against the Brazilian construction company Odebrecht, officials have started requesting monthly reports on payments made by the firm to subcontractors in the project to build a new terminal at Tocumen International Airport.
The Public Prosecutor charged a man involved in the robbery of Giselle Burillo, former manager of the Micro and Small Enterprise Authority (Ampyme).
Addressing inequality, guaranteeing quality education, reducing informal employment and meeting the growing numbers of early pregnancies are the main challenges facing the country in the coming years in order to achieve a better level of human development.
Last Tuesday, the Cabinet Council approved the draft law on the creation of a paternity license that will be presented to the National Assembly, informed Sulphy Santamaría, from the Ministry of Labor Development (Mitradel) to Telemetro Reporta.
A report by the Comptroller General reveals that 66,700 vehicles were sold in Panama in 2016, 3 percent more than in 2015, or an increase of 1,965 vehicles.
The Ministry of Environment (MiAmbiente) issued a decree that dictates the regulation of Strategic Environmental Assessment (EAE) in the national territory.