Wednesday 7th December 2016. Movie review of “Sully” and the Canada Report.
December 7, 2016
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Today Andres Clemente takes a look at the Movies “Sully” starring Tom Hanks. If you want to go to movies and have a good nap, this may be the film for you. Andres also recaps his favorites and his disappointments, those unexpected surprises and what to look forward to in 2017.
Join us for our weekly look at the happenings in the Great White North, yes the Canada Report with Michael… Mind you it is that time of the year when we get the Snowbirds arriving, so perhaps they are all here!
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On Monday, the Democratic Change party (CD) announced that it will take to the streets to demand that President Juan Carlos Varela fulfills the campaign promises and responds to the needs of Panamanians.
The advertising campaign to be carried out by the Electoral Tribunal (TE) during the 2017-2019 electoral period will cost $5 million.
Yesterday, President of Panama Juan Carlos Varela sanctioned in the yellow room of the Palacio de las Garzas the law that creates the National Secretariat for the Development of the Afropanamanians (Senadap).
On Tuesday, Panama City Mayor José Isabel Blandón supported the increase in municipal building permits, rejecting pleas by entities such as the Panamanian Chamber of Construction and the National Council of Housing Developers to veto the proposal.
The supply of medicines in the Social Security Fund (CSS) increased by 90%, said a statement from the institution.
On Monday, television broadcaster and actor Rolando Sterling received a message on Twitter that threatened his sister, First Anti-Corruption Prosecutor Tania Sterling, and her family.
According to figures from the Comptroller’s Office, a total of 56,976 new cars were sold in the first ten months of 2016. This represents an increase of 3.5% over the same period last year, when 55,026 units were sold.
Police Director Omar Pinzón has said the traffic mitigation plan that went into effect on Monday has worked.
About 50 young people graduated of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute’s (STRI) eighth version of their “Spark!” (¡Chispa!) Program, the study center said in a statement.