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    Celebrate Pride in Panama 2024

    Celebrate Pride in Panama 2024

    Throughout June Panama celebrates Pride with various activities open to the public, including educational talks, workshops, and a parade and festival.

    Rainy Season Arrives in Panama

    Rainy Season Arrives in Panama

    The arrival of the rainy season brings a great sigh of relief in Panama helping to further reduce restrictions in the Panama Canal, and easing the effects drought on agricultural communities.

    Mulino wins the 2024 Panama election

    Mulino wins the 2024 Panama election

    Panama’s former security minister Jose Raul Mulino, 64, has won the presidencial race in Panama after stepping up to replace ex-leader Ricardo Martinelli on the ballot.

    2024 Elections in Panama

    2024 Elections in Panama

    Elections in Panama will take place this Sunday May 5th 2024. There are eight candidates to appear on Sunday’s ballot, and currently the polls are showing mixed rankings among the five frontrunners.

    Panama Celebrates Labor Day May 1

    Panama Celebrates Labor Day May 1

    Panama commemorates Labor Day on May 1st each year. This year unions and worked marched through the main roads of the Panama City to remind of the importance of defending and preserving labor rights.

    Health Insurance Options in Panama

    Health Insurance Options in Panama

    Panama’s healthcare system stands out for its affordability and quality, offering a viable option for those seeking to reduce their healthcare costs.

    2024 Fairs in Panama

    2024 Fairs in Panama

    Each year the Ministry of Agricultural Development (MIDA) organizes a calendar of fairs in Panama. Here is the 2024 list of Fairs in Panama.

    Protests continue in Panama against Law 406

    Protests continue in Panama against Law 406

    La Prensa has reported several protests in Panama following the National Assembly’s endorsement, and President Cortizo signing of a new contract between the State and Minera Panamá.