Tuesday 11th October 2016. Kings College, all about education.
October 11, 2016
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Head Teacher, Vanessa Whay from Kings College joins me today in the second hour of the program. We cover a number of topics, the one that I would consider to be the most pertinent is the pressure on young people today from social media, also the impact on parents when their children go off to school for the first time.
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The News:
José Luis ‘Popi’ Varela was elected president of the Panameñista party at a convention on Sunday in the Roberto Duran Arena.
By signing a management agreement between the Social Security Fund and the Ministry of Health (Minsa), the National Cancer Institute’s (ION) transfer to the City of Health will be a reality
Yesterday, president Juan Carlos Varela blamed the shortage of cancer medications available in public health institutions on failures by administrators.
Accompanied by her lawyers, the former manager of the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (Ampyme), Ada Romero, attended questioning yesterday morning before the First Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office, in charge of the public prosecutor Tania Sterling.
The Agricultural Affairs Committee of the National Assembly presented a proposal yesterday morning to hold a national dialogue to resolve problems in the sector.
Last week, the Financial Action Task Force began a review of Panama that is part of the process of examining changes in the country’s financial services sector.
The construction of the Metro Line 2 reflects a general advancement of 22%.
A complaint has been filed against Judge María de Lourdes Estrada de Villar, who was one of the judges who supported the decision to dismiss money laundering charges against 14 associates of former President Ricardo Martinelli.
The 29th International Documentary Film Festival of Amsterdam (IDFA) announced yesterday its program: the Panamanian documentary ‘The sound of joy’ from Panamanian filmmaker Ana Endara, will have its world premiere at this ceremony, which takes place in the Dutch capital in November.