Tuesday 2nd May 2017. Welcome to a new week and a new month.
May 2, 2017
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A nice relaxing way to bring in a new week (after the May Day holiday) and a new month. May is with us!
Yoly could not make it today, so no healthy recipes! So a couple of Gerry’s healthy eating ideas for today.
Seven months after the President of the Republic, Juan Carlos Varela, sanctioned Law 42 on the penitentiary career.
Grupo Unidos por el Canal (GUPC), the consortium that built the third set of locks for the Panama Canal expansion, has again tried to go outside the limits of the contract to gain extra payment for the work.
The Medical National Negotiating Commission (Comenenal) and the Medical College of Panama attended the forum on malpractice carried out in the Metropolitan Curia by the promoters of the movement identified with the chocolate ribbon.
Attorney General Kenia Porcell and Brazilian Attorney General Rodrigo Janot agreed to collaborate on information related to the judicial agreements reached by the authorities of Brazil with executives of the construction company Odebrecht on payments of bribes in several countries, including Panama.
There are more than 100 thousand unemployed Panamanians who witnessed the celebration of Labor Day yesterday, May 1st.
Juan Aguilar Méndez, a Costa Rican citizen, was captured in Chiriquí on Saturday after escaping Friday from custody at the National Anti-Narcotics Directorate, located on Via Espana.
With the slogan ‘We are all experts’, the Biomuseo, launched the project that seeks visiting experts for its series of Saturday talks.