Varela slight on Taiwan has EVERYTHING to do with money and coziness with communist China

Canal

ED OPINION: by James “J.B” Bryson

If you so choose to go back and read some of the previous posts and re-distribution of articles on PNO.com, you will see that we have paid close attention to the awarding of contracts to multiple Chinese corporations as Panama continues to try to upgrade and establish some form of urban infrastructure to service and meet the needs of a rapidly growing population.

As such, it is no surprise to see the Varela administration selling more and more of it’s sole and along with it sovereign areas of Panama like near the front of the Amador Causeway, for establishing a Chinese embassy. Thus is no uncertain way, going against the perceive neutrality of the Panama Canal in terms of international politics is concerned.

READ LA PRENSA: https://impresa.prensa.com/panorama/Varela-pide-respeto-Unidos_0_5118988143.html

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