Wednesday 29th September 2016. Movie review, Canada and music events.
September 28, 2016
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Great morning this morning as we get the latest review from Andres Clemente on the movie the Magnificent Seven a remake of the 1960 hit. In a nutshell a good evenings entertainment but nothing special, you can’t beat the original, how could you with a cast like Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen, James Coburn, Charles Bronson and Robert Vaughn!
In the last hour Luis David Bonilla is with me to talk about upcoming events that he is involved with that will take place in Casco. Oh yes he did bring in his guitar check it all out on today’s show.
Listen to Eleanor Rigby and Norwegian Wood by Luis David…
No Wednesday is complete without Michael’s weekly Canada report!
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The News:
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has presented the request of extradition for former President Ricardo Martinelli.
The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) is not complying with withholding the Income Tax payments to foreign companies that sell goods and services to the waterway, as established by national laws.
A total of 16 members from different political parties have submitted a draft law to limit the rectors of public universities from being re-elected more than once.
With the increase in tolls of the north and south corridors, a group of heavy equipment drivers closed the entry routes to the district of Tocumen.
Arraijan Mayor Pedro Sánchez Moro began being questioning yesterday by Third Anti-Corruption Prosecutor Zuleyka Moore.
The Board of Directors of the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) approved the statement of objections and authorized the management of the waterway to continue with the approval process prior to the tender for the concession of the port of Corozal, reported the company through a press release. The statement of objections shall be published in ten days.
Panamanian authorities have unveiled that, during the past five years, a total of 16 tons of cocaine have been seized in different ports in the country thanks to an agreement established with the United Nations.
After teachers’ unions announced that they have not been paid for 7 months, the Ministry of Education committed to making payments between the end of September and October.
The most important design exhibition of Latin America, Spain and Portugal, selected nine Panamanian projects for this year.
Maito has been named one of the top 50 restaurants in Latin America, the first time that a Panamanian establishment has appeared on the annual list. It was ranked 36th on the list.