Wednesday 18th January 2017. Movie review, Canada Report and Immigration.
January 18, 2017
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Busy Wednesday, starting off at 8:15 with this weeks movie review. Andres Clemente this weeks review “Arrival”
“Directed by Dennis Villenueve (Prisoners and Sicario) Takes known genres but tells the story focusing on the characters and their development. Starring: Amy Adams (known for Man of Steel, and Enchanted, American Hustle, The Fighter, Big eyes) and Jeremy Renner (known for The Avengers, The Hurt Locker)
Tells the story of 12 alien ships landing around the world and the different governments trying to find what their intentions are. The U.S. hires linguistics and science experts to try and communicate and find out their purpose on Earth
Amy Adams gives another grounded performance, in my opinion she is the Meryl Streep of our Generation. Impressive talent; she acts in any genre and is always great and relatable. Jeremy Renner and Forest Whitaker take a back seat to Amy Adams The visuals and cinematography are beautiful and special effect seemless You’ll be at the edge of your seat the entire movie and the conclusion is incredibly satisfying
Best Movie experience in a long while.
One of the issues that is causing a lot of confusion at the moment are those with regards to immigration. With a motion to restrict Tourist Visas to 30 day by legistlators from the PRD and a decree by President Juan Carlos Varela no wonder it is all up in the air. Shedding some light on the situation our legal expert Mariola Vasquez, for more information you can contact Mariola from their website. (afvlegal.com)
Being Wednesday, remember to check out all things Canadian with this weeks Canada Report with Michael Drouillard…….
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The News:
The president of the Panameñista party, and deputy, José Luis Varela, will make public his declaration of assets.
The Supreme Court has rejected a petition presented by lawyers for former President Ricardo Martinelli seeking to overrule a decision of Prosecutor Oydén Ortega in which he ordered an accounting report of the purchase of $44.9 million of dehydrated food through the former National Assistance Program (PAN).
The three political forces with the largest number of members — Democratic Revolutionary Party (PRD), Partido Panameñista and Cambio Democrático (CD) — began 2017 losing of supporters.
Administration Attorney Rigoberto González said that the draft law that allows a plea agreement to be reached within the accusatory judicial system should be expanded to require that the details of these agreements be made public.
Yesterday morning, the board of directors of the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) was denounced by attorney Guillermo Cochez.
The revenues of Tocumen, S.A. closed 2016 with an increase of 25.8 percent in revenues, according to an unaudited report on the finances of the company that operates publicly-owned air terminals.
The municipal council meeting of the district of Colon took place in the grounds of the “Panama Canal Railway Company” line as a way of protest, because the province does not receive any contribution from this commercial business.
A report by the Ministry of Health reveals that in 2016 there were 11,298 cases of adolescent pregnancies, 322 more cases than those recorded in 2015.
The Aquatic Resources Authority of Panama (ARAP) has begun coordinating the implementation of a pilot plan to create the joint control zone of Pixvae in the province of Veraguas.