Thursday 31st January 2019. Dr Computer and singer Ricardo Velasquez.
January 31, 2019
Dr Computer is able to join us in the first hour of today’s program. We chat about the World Youth Day and how it affected (if at all) the communications infrastructure. Yesterday one of the Internet providers went off line for most of the day. Do they realize their responsibility and the possible damage to corporations due to the inability to conduct business?
In the last hour of today’s program we welcome back Ricardo Velasquez. Ricardo has a new single out “Escucha tu Corazon” which he performed at the World Youth Day in the presence of Pope Francis. We talk about his career and his new venture musically and coming up next month is Musicalion in which Ricardo and his wife Madelaine are the founders.
The First Specialized Prosecutor’s Office against Organized Crime asked the Eighteenth Criminal Court for an additional 12-month extension, to complete investigations into the alleged commission of the crime of money laundering through the case New Business.
The European Commission are possibly going to be including Panama in a new list of high-risk countries with deficiencies in its anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing regime.
The presidential candidate for the Democratic Revolutionary Party (PRD), Laurentino Cortizo, assured that the internal divisions of the group do not affect his campaign, ahead of the general elections next May.
A bill that proposes to add articles to the Criminal Code to sanction the attempt, entry or possession of equipment or communication systems in prisons was approved by the Cabinet Council.
For the World Youth Day (WYD) 2019, Panama turned out to be more welcoming than the cities of Madrid, Spain; and Krakow, Poland, since 50% of the pilgrims who came to the country stayed in the homes of host families
Pope Francis lamented on the hardness of the “demographic winter” in Europe today, commenting that one of the things that touched him on his trip to Panama was that people filled the streets with their children in their arms.