Thursday 28th July 2016. Boxing therapy with Jose Jones and Tech with Alex.
July 28, 2016
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First off this morning we talk tech with Dr Computer (Alex Neuman). One item of interest this morning is a new app that is available on the Apple IOS from believe it or not Microsoft called Pix. It is a Photo app that delivers the best possible picture utilizing the cameras computing power. Alex downloaded it whilst we were on air and tried it out. Have listen and see what we thought of it.
What great fun we had with our guest in the last hour this morning Panamanian Boxer Jose Jones. Jose living in the USA at the moment studying for his PHD is utilizing his experience as a boxer in a program of “Boxing Therapy,” yesterday he spent time with Fundacion Soy Capaz which was great success. Once he has finished his studying he intends to work with his own foundation in Panama helping those with various life challenges.
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The News:
The former president of the Republic and member of the Democratic Revolutionary Party (PRD) Ernesto Pérez Balladares showed up at the Electoral Tribunal (TE) on Tuesday to let go of his electoral immunity.
President Juan Carlos Varela arrived Tuesday in Milan, Italy, in a presidential flight that landed at 11 a.m. local time.
Deputy Meliton Arrocha announced through his Twitter account that the draft law “Right to be Forgotten” will be removed from the first debate.
President Juan Carlos Varela and Vice President Isabel de Saint Malo de Alvarado arrived yesterday in Krakow, Poland, to participate in the International Youth Conference.
The presence of Amparo Medina in Panama continues to cause controversy. She has been identified as a former consultant of the United Nations (UN) and participates in a series of conversations about sexual health in the country.
In the national budget proposed by the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) for the 2017 term, the amount allocated to the public sector payroll amounts to $4,921 million.
Members of the Urban Citizens Network held a demonstration yesterday to reject what it considers “chaos” in Panama City.
Version 39 of the National Handicraft Fair was inaugurated yesterday and will run through Sunday, July 31 at the Atlapa Convention Center.
On Monday afternoon several people walked around the temporary exhibition hall of the Interoceanic Canal Museum. Among them, Rosa Maria Rodriguez, manager of the FEMSA cultural program, Emma Cecilia García Krinsky, curator and art historian, as well as Mexico’s ambassador in Panama, José Ignacio Piña.