Tuesday 27th September 2016. Restaurant and Panama Good Times.
September 27, 2016
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Austin Hess joins the program in the second hour, this coming weekend he will be launching a new magazine called “Restaurant” this is apart from the Panama Good Times which has the new edition coming to a location near you i the next few days.
Lastly today we have Yoly de Sedas, that time of the week to consider all things healthy! Today the importance of water in our health.
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The News:
Panama will face a new examination on Tuesday by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) that will analyze its financial transparency and its capacity to exchange tax information.
An affidavit, which had become a factor that delayed the extradition request of the Panamanian president Ricardo Martinelli, is ready to reach the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Panama.
The project to build a container terminal in Corozal, which would become the third port on the Pacific side of the Panama Canal, is facing 11 lawsuits seeking to block the work from beginning.
The vice president of the National Fencing Association, Jaime Ramos, accused Jose Luis Morán Ahumada, former president of this association, for crimes against property and public faith.
The Tribunal Electoral (TE) has submitted its proposed changes to the electoral code to the National Assembly. The proposals will be debated by the Assembly’s Legislative Commission beginning tomorrow.
More than 500 educators who started work this year in the Ministry of Education (Meduca), haven’t received their salaries for 7 months, confirmed in Telemetro Diogenes Sanchez, secretary general of the Association of Teachers of Panama (ASOPROF).
Clandestine lodging has affected not only the capital city but has also spread into the country, hurting small and medium sized hotels. This was announced by Hector Golcher, president of the Association of Small Hotels of Panama (Hoppan).
In order to form writers, reinforce knowledge and increase the level of competitiveness in literary production, the National Directorate of Publications of the National Institute of Culture (INAC) will launch the pilot Writers Training Program.