CD party factions to face off in District elections

Politics

The two strongest currents within the opposition Democratic Change Party (CD) will once again measure forces this Sunday, June 10, in a district election.

Rómulo Roux snatches the presidency of Cambio Democrático to Ricardo Martinelli
This is the factions of Rómulo Roux , current party president, and Ricardo Martinelli , former president of the Republic, who has been detained in Miami since June 12.

The pulseo will be in the election of the District Board of Panama, which will be held at the José Dolores Moscote School .

The number one payroll – composed of 15 candidates – is headed by deputy Sergio Gálvez , a supporter of Martinelli. Gálvez aspires to the presidency of the District Board of Panama, and the candidate for vice president is Riccardo Francolini – currently detained.

Meanwhile, the number two payroll is led by Arturo Vallarino, who aspires to the presidency. While Jair Martínez, representative of Santa Ana, aspires to the vice presidency. Both are supporters of Roux.

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"JB"
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