Wednesday 18th October 2017. Movie Review, Paulo Soto – his new album & the Canada Report.
October 18, 2017
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Our Movie Review this morning with Andres Clemente is about the movies that we can look forward to being released as we come up to the holiday season. Eleven movies to consider, including an intriguing film about mankind being shrunk to 5 inches to solve the over population problem!
In the last hour we have a great musician, Paulo Soto. Originally from Venezuela he has studied in the USA. Now resident here in Panama he talks to us about his new album “Amarillo, Blues y Rojo”
No Wednesday is complete with the Canada Report. Joining us from the Great White North Michael Drouillard.
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The News:
Democratic Change deputy Nelson Jackson, chairman of the National Assembly’s Commerce and Economic Affairs Committee, announced yesterday that he will resume discussion of bill No. 567, which creates a special coastal area segregated from the protected area of Donoso, in Colón, for the development of tourism, despite the setback suffered by the initiative.
The Supreme Court of Justice did not admit a protection of constitutional guarantees presented by the defense of former President Ricardo Martinelli, against the accusation made by the prosecutor in the case of illegal wiretaps, for the alleged commission of crimes against the inviolability of secrecy and the right to privacy, and embezzlement.
Agents of the Transit Operations Directorate of the National Police and inspectors of the Transit and Land Transport Authority (ATTT) prevented a group of “pirate” buses from carrying out a caravan from the Rommel Fernández stadium to the Presidency of the Republic
President Juan Carlos Varela said yesterday that in the next “days or weeks” will be published the new regulations for transport platforms operating in the country, such as Uber and Cabify.
The President of the Republic, Juan Carlos Varela, asked that the whole weight of the law be used on those responsible for the homicide of police officers Juan Martinez and Hernaldo Córdoba, last Saturday in Chilibre.
President Juan Carlos Varela yesterday gave the orders to proceed for the construction and expansion of water treatment plants in Panama, Colon and Panama Oeste.
The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) confirmed in a statement an incident that occurred yesterday afternoon in respect to one of the chambers of the new locks of the expanded Canal in Cocolí, located in the Panamanian Pacific.
On Tuesday, President Juan Carlos Varela sanctioned the law that exempts and reduces the property tax in Panama, after the approval of bill 509 last September.
During a week, from October 16 to 21, Panama will host the Summit for Peace Integration (Cumipaz), which will bring together the country’s parliamentary politicians, diplomats, jurists, academics, scientists, businessmen and environmentalists.