Former Mayor Navarro announces candidacy for President

Politics

The former mayor of Panama, Juan Carlos Navarro , ran on Tuesday, July 10, for the office of President of the Republic in the face of the primary Democratic Revolutionary Party (PRD) to be held on September 16.

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During his post at the headquarters of the group, Navarro said it is vital to correct the course of the country, but also correct the course of the PRD. “In the PRD we can never again let the division lead us to an electoral defeat as it happened in the last two occasions [elections of 2009 and 2014], we have to unify this party, we have to do the work together as PRD”, he emphasized. .

The PRD candidate for the third time for the presidency, said that “with Navarro there will be no relationship with Juan Carlos Varela , or with his circle zero, or with the current Panamanian government, all that is behind as of September 16 and next July 1 of the next year “.

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"JB"
Never TOO early. PNO push for MARTINELII. ALL THE WAY 100%

OP ED: “JB” As Panama is my “HOME”, and has been for quite some time, I encourage those “tweeners” of Ex-Pats to take the same stance that if you are RETIRED and spend the majority of their time here should become more involved in the political process. With all of …

Crime
Varela now has feet to the fire with ODEBRECHT. Pull up your pants cuz here comes the “Bullshit”.

https://www-laestrella-com-pa.translate.goog/nacional/220927/abogado-varela-apela-parlacen-defensores?_x_tr_sl=es&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en&_x_tr_pto=sc The team of lawyers of former President of the Republic Juan Carlos Varela reiterated that the money received at the time for his candidacy for President and Vice President of the Republic and for the Panameñista Party, by the Odebrecht company, corresponded to political donations. Lawyer Orison Cogley insisted …