Wednesday 15th June 2016. Forum on sustainable cities.
June 15, 2016
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My guest in the last hour of this mornings program is Architect David Rodriquez. Coming up at the beginning of July is and International Forum on Sustainable Cities (6th, 7th and 8th July). We take the opportunity to talk about the needs in Panama where it has gone wrong and how to fix it, these will be among many topics that will be
covered at the convention. for more info click the picture below.
Being Wednesday don’t forget to catch up on the latest happenings in the Great White North with Michael Drouillard.
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The News:
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Legal Director Farah Urrutia reported that the extradition request for Ricardo Martilli will be forwarded to any nation where he goes if he leaves the United States.
Former minister of labor Alma Cortés tried to diminish the process that the Public Ministry is leading against her and asked that all authorities of the current government are investigated in the same way.
The Second Court of Justice has overturned a decision of the 14th Criminal Court and granted bail of $500,000 in favor of the former deputy candidate Porfirio ‘Bolita’ Ellis, who had been detained since July 2.
Government sources confirmed to La Estrella de Panama that Francisco Javier Terrientes resigned yesterday from his position as Minister of Health.
In the first five months of 2016, food prices rose 2.1% and food outside the home 4.3%, according to data from the Comptroller General of the Republic.
The 20 thousand Panamanians who got tickets for the inaugural transit of the Cosco Shipping vessel on June 26, must appear at the time and place indicated on the ticket to take the buses that will transport them to the event.
A raid conducted on Monday by the Panamanian Food Safety Authority (Aupsa) detected products without the corresponding health records in five shopping centers in the province of Panama Oeste.
In its most recent report on Panama, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) highlighted the growth of the country’s economy in the last decade as the highest in Latin America and said it expected that it will continue to have one of the highest rates in the region in the medium term, with low inflation, a stable financial system and a decreasing trade deficit.
The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the Aquatic Resources Authority of Panama (ARAP) signed an agreement yesterday to combat and eliminate illegal fishing.