BRAVO to La Prensa: Article in major outlet outside of PNO.com sheds light on Varela at World stage

International Relations

The last speech of President Juan Carlos Varela before the General Assembly of the United Nations displaced the issues that dominated the news agenda: the ruling against a mining concession, the audience to Ricardo Martinelli for the punctures, and the political whirlwind of the electoral campaign of 2019

Varela calls for the development of policies that allow the controlled management of migratory flows
The president’s face began to appear on televisions beginning at 8:00 am In the first part of his 15-page speech, he pointed to local issues with a format similar to the one he uses in his reports to the Nation.

Housing, health census, Bilingual Panama, construction of schools, roads, citizen security.

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Juan Carlos Varela before the General Assembly of the United Nations.

 

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