Impartiality in the different high-profile processes in Panama cast doubt once more over the credibility of the application of justice in the Public Ministry (MP).
The defense of former President Ricardo Martinelli yesterday filed an urgent motion with the Federal Court in Miami, asking the judge in charge of the case to dismiss the extradition request that the Panamanian Government submitted, since it does not include a formal arrest warrant.
Yesterday was a day of protests nationwide, motivated by Decree 130 and the dissatisfaction of communities around the lack of response from the authorities to their basic needs.
After the first massive imports of rice from Guyana during the early days of the Government of Juan Carlos Varela, the Comptroller General of the Republic ran an audit that ended with the dismissal of the director of the Institute of Agricultural Marketing (IMA) at that time, Edwin Cárdenas.
The writ of habeas corpus filed in favor of the Martinelli Linares brothers is aimed at stopping the illegalities executed by the Public Ministry, which is acting outside of the code of criminal procedure.
During some of his travels, President Juan Carlos Varela has been depicted as a liquor promoter that takes the label of his business beyond national borders, despite his role as President.
By means of a strong call, different sectors of civil society and entrepreneurs demand for all the processes in the case that is being conducted on the bribes of Odebrecht to be clarified, which demonstrates that the judicial system is being handled by the current Government of President Juan Carlos Varela.
The Government of Juan Carlos Varela yesterday reacted to the massive purchase of rice from Guyana through a 'hidden' agreement between our countries which has made the Panamanian producers go bankrupt.
The illegal transfer of the Eurocopter helicopter from Mexico to Panama, registered N1626L, was a strong argument for lawyer Sídney Sittón to present a complaint yesterday at the Embassy of the United States (U.S.) against the Panamanian State on behalf of the US corporation Aircraft Trust & Financing.
While Panamanian rice producers declared themselves in bankruptcy, the Government of Panama, led by Juan Carlos Varela, decided to save the production of this grain in Guyana.
The possible link of the President of the Republic, Juan Carlos Varela, and relatives with Odebrecht case is increasingly becoming more evident.
Apart from the lack of justice, those who lost family members in the military dictatorship (1968-1989) feel impotence for not knowing the truth about the events that occurred during those years.
Contradictions about the aim of the new migratory measures, applied in the country starting yesterday, arise by the authorities of the national Government.
After the Attorney General of the nation, Kenya Isolda Porcell, avoided talking about possible links between President Juan Carlos Varela in the case of bribes by Odebrecht, some communication means from other countries which have had access to the documentation provided by the public prosecutor in Brazil have revealed the alleged links of the Panamanian President.