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    National Panamanian News

    Airbnb negotiates with Panama

     Airbnb negotiates with Panama

    Shawn Sullivan, Airbnb representative for Central America and the Caribbean, indicated that Airbnb is willing to collect the 10% lodging tax, if the government drops their 45 minimum stay rule.

    The new "Citizen Inspector" App

    The new

    Do drivers that use the shoulder as a third lane drive you crazy? Well the ATTT and AIG are working to deter it with the mobile application "Citizen Inspector."

    Law preventing harassment approved

    Law preventing harassment approved

    The president of Panama, Juan Carlos Varela has approved a law establishing measures to prevent and prohibit discriminatory acts, such as sexual harassment, bullying, and racism.

    UN urges Panama to approve sex ed law

    UN urges Panama to approve sex ed law

    After an extensive report completed by The United Nations (UN), Panama is being urged to continue the political dialogue that ended last year on a law that includes concerning comprehensive sexual and reproductive education, aimed at adolescents in the compulsory school curriculum. ...

    News for Foreign doctors in Panama

    News for Foreign doctors in Panama

    In an effort to find a solution to the shortage of healthcare professionals in the country, Panama will allow foreign medical professionals with 5 years in the country to practice in the public ...

    Pirates attack Panamanian Vessel

    Pirates attack Panamanian Vessel

    The Panama Maritime Authority (AMP) has confirmed that The Panamanian-flagged vessel Marine Express, with its 22 crew members was“safe" after the ship was the object of a pirate attack.

    Will Camino de Cruces become a National Monument?

    Will Camino de Cruces become a National Monument?

    Camino del Cruces a colonial cobblestone road dating back to 1530 is seeking national protection. These historical roads were used to transport gold. silver and precious stones to Portobello, where they would be transported to Spain. ...

    Bomb found on Isla Iguana suspends trips

    Bomb found on Isla Iguana suspends trips

    Fishermen from the Pedasí area confirmed on Tuesday, January 30, that they had suspened trips to Isla Iguana after the discovery of a bomb. According to sources, the bomb was left by the US Army during the Second World War. ...

    Promotions in the Police Department

    Promotions in the Police Department

    Yesterday, A total of 3,885 uniformed National Police officers received a promotion to their immediate superior rank after undergoing technical evaluations. The promotions consisted of 1 commissioner, 6 sub-commissioners, 40 majors, 123 captains, 338 lieutenants and 749 sub-lieutenants. ...

    CEO of Quicksilver lost on the French Coast

    CEO of Quicksilver lost on the French Coast

    "The boat of Pierre Agnès, 54, president of the Boardriders Inc. group, owner of the brands Quiksilver, Roxy and DC Shoes, has been found at Boiteux beach in Soorts-Hossegor (southwest). 7H30 (06H30 GMT") " local authorities said in a statement on Tuesday, January 30th ...

    Smart ID Card Coming to Panama

    Smart ID Card Coming to Panama

    The Electoral Tribunal of Panama (TE) and the National Authority for Government Innovation (AIG), presented today the technical advances of the pilot plan of the smart card.