Wednesday 8th November 2017. Movie Review with Andres.

November 8, 2017

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Andres Clemente is with us for our weekly look at what is on at the movies this week? “Happy Death Day” a Groundhog day slasher movie? Check out Andres’ review.

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Coat_of_Arms_of_Panama.svgThe Special Anti-Corruption Prosecutor of the Odebrecht case presented an appeal to the ruling of the Twelfth Criminal Court that denied a new deadline to complete the investigations.

At a time when the country has not yet overcome the complaints about the irregular purchase of radars to the Italian company Finmeccanica, which never worked, president Juan Carlos Varela announced that the government will buy an aircraft equipped with radars and a ship to combat drug trafficking.

Regulating clinics, medical centers or public or private health facilities that perform plastic, aesthetic and reconstructive surgeries in the country, is what Bill 393 intends to do, which is discussed in the Labor, Health and Labor Development Committee of the National Assembly.

FIFA fined the Panamanian Football Federation (Fepafut) $10,000 for misconduct and for violating the safety of the Rommel Fernández stadium, in the game of last October 10 against Costa Rica, that it won 2-1 and gave Panama its first classification to a world championship, Russia 2018.

Water production at the Parita water treatment plant is already suitable for human consumption, as reported by Juan Felipe De La Iglesia, director of the Institute of Aqueducts and Sewerage Systems (Idaan).

More than 90 delegations will participate in the parades today in the city of Las Tablas, province of Los Santos.

In Panama’s national month, the Panamanian drum met its motherland, Africa, through musician and composer Polyto Stanley.


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