Wednesday 29th March 2017. Movie review with Andres & Michael’s Canada Report.
March 29, 2017
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Our regular slots for a Wednesday morning. In the second hour we have Andres Clemente with this weeks movies review…
5 teenagers become the new Power Rangers, charged with the mission of defending the Earth from the evil Rita Repulsa.
Time to catch up on the happenings in the Great White North, with this weeks Canada Report from Michael.
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The News:
The board of directors of the Social Security Fund is running out of time to select a new director.
Bill 476, which creates a paternity leave for workers of private companies and public servants, was approved by the Labor, Health and Social Development Committee of the National Assembly.
Prosecutor Kenia Porcell will hold meetings this week with judicial authorities in Switzerland and Andorra to discuss the Odebrecht case and how offshore companies formed by the firm Mossack Fonseca were allegedly used for irregular practices.
Tick bites were the cause of the death of two children, one of eight years in El Valle de Antón, province of Coclé, and another 15 year old in the district of Juan Díaz, Panama province, confirmed Itza Barahona de Mosca, National Director of Health.
The country’s political parties still have not reached consensus on the distribution of seats in circuits represented by more than one deputy.
The Archdiocese of Panama denounced yesterday that a swindler is again using the name of a priest from Panama City to ask for donations “that have nothing to do with ecclesiastical works.”
A lack of liquidity of the consortium HPC Contratas-P&V has caused a chain of defaults in the delivery of state projects.
Given the good reception of the films that cover different expressions of human sexuality, the University Cinema of the University of Panama will extend one more week the cycle ‘And sex education, when?’.