Tuesday

Tuesday 6th December 2016. Continuing our countdown to Christmas.

December 6, 2016

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Canadian Police threaten drink drivers with Nickelback music
Canadian Police threaten drink drivers with Nickelback music

Just you me, and the music again this morning, I hope you enjoy my and your selections. Plus of course a rummage around the Internet!

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Although none of the political parties have defined who will be their presidential candidate for the 2019 elections, they are all in a stage of internal renewal and preparation towards what will be the elections in 2019, a year in which all levels of power of the Panamanian State will be renewed.

Casual Labor increased again in 2016, reveals the latest household survey of the Office of the Comptroller General of the Republic.

Workers of the Editorial Group El Siglo and La Estrella (GESE) asked the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the U.S. Department of Treasury for an extension of the license that allows them to access to the U.S. financial system.

The reversal of traffic lanes in the area of West Panama during the month of December will be maintained, confirmed the Director of Transit Operations of the National Police, Javier Fanuco.

The President of the Republic, Juan Carlos Varela inaugurated yesterday the construction of 36 kilometers of the Ca├▒azas-Kankint├║ road, which will generate new opportunities and access to health services, education and security, among others.

Cardinal Kevin Farrell arrived in Panama to continue with the preparatory meetings for the World Youth Conference to be held here in 2019.

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