A bogada, judge, notary, attorney, prosecutor, mother, grandmother, and teacher. Alma Montenegro de Fletcher meticulously gave his opinion on international issues, such as the power of religious groups at the polls, the figure and performance of the president of Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega, and the current socio-political situation in Venezuela. The first woman superior prosecutor in a public hearing in Panama, agreed, but not before asking for details of the interview, to share with ‘MIA Active Voices’ his look on political and social issues that today impact Panamanian society. The conversation took place at the Hotel Central, in the Casco Antiguo.
Montenegro, a woman of African descent, was the Administration’s Advocate and is recognized worldwide for serving as a judge of the Court of the Organization of American States (OAS). He believes that true democracy consists of providing land, housing, work, health and education to the entire population, mainly the poorest.