Wednesday 25th January 2017. Movie review “A Monsters Call” and the Feria Bebe.
January 25, 2017
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Movie review time with Andres Clemente he gives us an insight to the movie “A Monsters Call” if you like a tear jerker this one is for you! Also a run through the nominations for the Oscars.
In the last hour we talk to Claudia Tam about the upcoming 13th Feria Bebe, this will be at the Megapolis Convention Center above Multi Centro.
And yes, Wednesday would not be complete without the Canada Report with Michael.
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The News:
Yesterday, the deputies of the Revolutionary Democratic party (PRD) Pedro Miguel González and Crispiano Adames, as well as Miguel Fanovich of the Molirena and Carlos ‘Tito’ Afú of the Democratic Change (CD), proposed to the plenary of the National Assembly to return to the first debate the draft law 245.
The Public Ministry has ordered nine people, including two sons of former President Ricardo Martinelli Berrocal – Ricardo Alberto Martinelli Linares and Luis Enrique Martinelli Linares, as well as a brother, Mario Martinelli Berrocal – to appear as part of the investigation into bribes paid by the construction company Odebrecht.
The Odebrecht case has revealed that corrupt practices were not confined to the Brazilian multinational alone and have revealed the existence of a widespread “corruption system” in Panama, the Central American country’s vice-president Isabel de Saint-Malo told Efe.
As part of the findings in Switzerland, the Federal Prosecutor’s Office has identified at least three bank accounts in the name of Constructora Internacional del Sur in two Panamanian banks.
The eight thousand Panamanians who work for the Brazilian construction company Odebrecht claim their right to continue working “for Panama from Odebrecht”, without ignoring the impact that the accusations of corruption investigated by the Public Ministry have caused.
Relatives of the victims of the military dictatorship expressed Tuesday their “strong rejection” of the decision of the Supreme Court to grant house arrest to former dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega, who has been held in El Renacer Prison since December 2011.
In less than eleven days, the Panamanian Authority for Food Safety (AUPSA) retained two more containers with purple and yellow onions from Holland.
This applies to each of the lots that make up a shipment, thus complying with the phytosanitary and quality regulations of the vegetable in Panama.
The ambassador of Panama in Spain, Maria Mercedes de la Guardia de Corró, has resigned from the position she has held since Oct. 13, 2014.
Researchers from Indicasat and the Smitshonian (STRI) published in ‘Journal of Ethnopharmacology’ a pioneering article on the potential of the chemical components of frogs.