Wednesday 3rd July 2019. Movie review with Andres Clemente.

July 3, 2019


With us on a Wednesday, Andres Clemente with the movie review of the week. This week a comedy “Long Shot” starring Charlize Theron and Seth Rogan. Andres’s opinion? “Long Shot had the possibility of being another typical gross out funny comedy by Seth Rogen and his crew, but thanks to the ability and poise of Charlize Theron, it becomes probably the funniest movie of the year so far. What makes a comedic film standout is when it manages to balance the funny with something smart to say, which, this movie delivers in stride thanks to significant political commentary.”

The Minister of Labor and Labor Development, Doris Zapata, announced on Tuesday, July 2, that by the end of the month the minimum wage table must be installed, which is one of the first challenges they have at the beginning of the new government.

The Minister of Education, Maruja Gorday de Villalobos, visited yesterday morning, July 2, the facilities of the José Dolores Moscote Institute, to find a solution to the stoppage that has been affecting the campus for two weeks, due to the lack of security.

The oral trial of  Ricardo Martinelli for alleged political espionage was suspended on Tuesday, because a judge did not attend.

The mayor of San Miguelito,  Héctor Valdés Carrasquilla, announced on Tuesday, July 2, that he will ask the Office of the Comptroller of the Republic for an audit of the municipality.

The mayor of Chitré, Juan Carlos Huerta, took possession this Tuesday of the authority of this district of the province of Herrera, affirming that he as received a bankrupt municipality.

At the inauguration of President Laurentino Cortizo was present King Felipe of Spain, leaders of seven countries, diplomatic corps, his government team and special guests, among them PRD members of the new wave and the old guard who wore their best clothes to see how the third president of the party took power. The first was  Ernesto Pérez Balladares (1994-1999) and the second was  Martín Torrijos Espino (2004-2009).

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