Wednesday 12th April 2017. Movie Review, Canada Report and Inheritance advice.
April 12, 2017
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A busy Wednesday morning this morning as we take a look at the movies with Andres Clemente, our movie of the week is “Going in Style” staring Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman and Alan Arkin.
In the last hour we have Balbino Acosta our legal wizard and we delve into the realms of inheritance. How best to protect your assets so that they can be dealt with swiftly and as per your wishes. If you would like to contact Balbino for advice on this or any other matters just click on the pictures.
And being Wednesday we take our trip up North with Michael for this weeks look at the happenings in Canada… “The Canada Report”
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The News:
A group of has started collecting signatures through the online platform change.org for the Supreme Court of Justice to admit complaints against deputies of the National Assembly for the use of donations and subsidies.
The presiding judge of the Supreme Court of Justice (CSJ), José Ayú Prado, asked the president of the Republic, Juan Carlos Varela, to sell the vehicles of the state fleet that have been declared “total loss” or “scrap” to finance projects, including some from the Judicial Branch.
The poverty rate in Panama declined in 2016, according to a report recently published by the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF).
Eduardo Carles, head of the Ministry of Agricultural Development (MIDA), acknowledged yesterday that the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) has not yet been formally notified of the outbreak of bovine tuberculosis.
Yesterday, the Circuit Criminal Circuit Court passed a sentence of 72-months in prison for former model Maiseth Castroverde, better known in the artistic world as La Chechi, for drug-linked crimes, international trafficking and possession of drugs.
Honduran authorities have recovered the bodies of two crew members of a Panamanian flag plane carrying more than 214 kilos of cocaine, that crashed in the remote eastern area of Gracias a Dios, Honduras, the prosecutor said yesterday.
Panamanian robotics returns to the international stage. On this occasion, two Veraguas robotics school teams and one from Panama West will travel to Japan next July to represent the country in the 2017 global Robocup tournament.