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    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.

    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.

    Canada offers Visa -free Travel to Panama

    Canada offers Visa -free Travel to Panama

    Canada’s Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, has announced that Panama is among 13 countries that Canada will offer visa-free air travel, without requiring a temporary residency ...

    A law to protect waves in Panama

    A law to protect waves in Panama

    Juan Diego Vásquez, a Member of the National Assembly of Panama, presented the draft to create a law that will protect waves suitable to practice sports and establish wave sanctuaries in Panama.

    Panamanian Ceramics return from The Netherlands

    Panamanian Ceramics return from The Netherlands

    The Smithsonian reports that 343 pre-Hispanic ceramics made by potters in Panama have been repatriated fromThe Netherlands. The ministry of culture reported the artifacts would be on display next year