Panama’s national celebrations timetable

Presdent Cortizo

751Views 3Comments Posted 26/10/2020

The Day of the Dead -November 2 -  will be celebrated in Panama with a multi-denominational service for victims of Covid-19 in the Cathedral Basilica Santa María La Antigua, starting at 6:00 pm.

The service will be developed jointly with the Panamanian Episcopal Conference, the Ecumenical Committee and the Interreligious Committee of Panama says a statement from the Presidency.

On Tuesday, November 3, President, Laurentino Cortizo, will lead the activities of the 117th anniversary of the separation of Panama from Colombia, with the raising of the flag at the Palacio de Las Garzas at 6 : 30 am

In a second event, Cortizo will participate virtually in the solemn session of the Municipal Council of Panama, which will take place at the Palacio Demetrio H. Brid, in Casco Viejo.

On  November 4, National Symbols Day, the flag will be raised at 6:30 am at the Presidency of the Republic and will be handed over to the standard-bearers for this year, the Association of Girl Guides.

In the rest of the provinces, allusive acts will be developed in the same way, keeping the sanitary measures established by the Ministry of Health, to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

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Panama is under the boot of Cortizo and the PRD. The police love their new powers to arrest fine or beat anyone. Panama is on it's way to becoming Venezuela. The people are poor, unemployed and obediant. Venezuela went bust even though they had oil wealth. Panama will go bust and the dictator route despite the canal revenue. Anyone who still has property in Panama is totally screwed! Hard lessons are learned in Latin America by foolish gringos.

4 months ago

Give the President a break. He’s doing the best he can to fulfill the wishes of the Globalist powers.

4 months ago

A sweating looser and lot of death people plus a death economy in his responsibility. The picture shows. Bring him a towel.

4 months ago
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