Panama’s population, confused by the current political circus, want someone to resign, but not the man fingered by President Ricardo Martinelli.
The public outcry follows the investigations by the Prosecutor of Naples of Italian Valter Lavítola, advisor in Panama to the conglomerate Finmeccanica and linked by emails and wire tap disclosures with the president and members of his family
22.1% of those surveyed by polling firmUnimer said the president, Ricardo Martinelli, should resign, compared to only 5.1% who felt that that the vice president, Juan Carlos Varela, should step down.
Among the ministers highlighted the is Security Minister RaulMulino.19.2% called for his resignation.
Meanwhile, 30% said investigations should continue into the scandal in Italy and the Public Ministry (MP) of Panama.
There has been little progress in Panama says La Prensa. In fact, in the office of Judge Anibal Salas is a request from the Ministryto close the case for the purchase of 19 radar and a digital map from Finmeccanica.
The survey was administered to 620 people, between 9 and 11 May. It has a margin of error of 3.9%