Wednesday 12th October 2016. Movie review and it’s all about coffee with Manuel Alexander.

October 12, 2016

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This morning we have our weekly movie review with Andres Clemente, today he is reviewing “Deep Water Horizon” a truflix about the BP disaster in the US Gulf. Find out whether Andres considers this an accurate account and whether or not it is worth viewing Also his upcoming recommendations.

Manuel & Gerry

In the last hour this morning our “Coffeetologist” Manuel Alexander Barasallo is with me as we talk coffee, remember some of the best coffee in the world come from here in Panama.

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President Juan Carlos Varela announced yesterday that he would review the nation’s gun laws to possibly allow weapons to be seized from individuals with links to criminal activity.

The Credentials Committee dismissed a complaint against the judge of the Supreme Court (CSJ) Harry Diaz for alleged harassment and crime against life and integrity.

Strategic Investors Group, the holding company of Balboa Bank and Balboa Securities, reported that it couldn’t pay a $4.8 million interest payment that is due at the end of the month.

President of Panama Juan Carlos Varela revealed again links between politicians and drug traffickers, but without mentioning names. The president said yesterday that lawyers act in alliances with politicians and also seek to victimize their clients in the media.

Attorney Angel Alvarez presented yesterday morning a complaint against Wilfredo Saenz, judge of the Supreme Court from the General Assembly Secretariat.

The Ministry of Public Works (MOP) is planning three projects to improve transportation between Panama City and La Chorrera.

Panama agricultural authorities announced yesterday they would be sending sterile flies to the United States to help combat the spread of a screwworm infestation in the State of Florida.

From October 13 to 26, Global Entrepreneurs directives will represent Panama in the ‘Workshop on Women’s Micro Enterprises’, in Taiwan, a forum and workshop in which about thirty women from different countries meet in order to exchange knowledge and expose the reality of women entrepreneurs in different parts of the world.


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