• FILE - In this April 29, 2019 file photo, Electoral Council representatives arrive at the Electoral Tribunal after a ceremony where the National Police and national security departments recognized the authority of the Electoral Council as head of security ahead of the upcoming general elections in Panama City. Panamanians will elect a new president on Sunday, May 5.


    FILE – On this April 29, 2019 file photograph, Electoral Council representatives arrive on the Electoral Tribunal after a ceremony the place the Nationwide Police and nationwide safety departments acknowledged the authority of the Electoral Council as head of safety forward of the upcoming normal elections in Panama Metropolis. Panamanians will elect a brand new president on Sunday, Might 5.
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    FILE – On this April 10, 2019 file photograph, presidential candidates; Saul Mendez of Broad Entrance for Democracy, impartial Marco Ameglio, Laurentino Cortizo of the Democratic Revolutionary Social gathering, Romulo Roux of Democratic Change, impartial Ricardo Lombana, impartial Ana Matilde Gomez, and Jose Blandon of the Panamenista Social gathering, participate in a presidential debate in Panama Metropolis. Panamanians will select Sunday, Might fifth between six principally business-friendly candidates to guide this Central American commerce and monetary hub for the following 5 years in a presidential election specializing in corruption and slowing financial development.
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    FILE – On this Dec. 3, 2018 file photograph, a Panama Canal employee docks the Chinese language container ship Cosco on the Panama Canal’s Cocoli Locks. Panama stays a strategic location for commerce, anchored by the closely trafficked Panama Canal delivery route and a lately expanded worldwide airport.
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  • FILE - In this May 2, 2019 file photo, presidential candidate Romulo Roux of the Democratic Change party, blows a kiss during his closing campaign rally in Panama City. Roux, a 54-year-old businessman has the endorsement of supermarket magnate and former president Ricardo Martinelli, who is currently in jail awaiting trial on charges of political espionage.


    FILE – On this Might 2, 2019 file photograph, presidential candidate Romulo Roux of the Democratic Change social gathering, blows a kiss throughout his closing marketing campaign rally in Panama Metropolis. Roux, a 54-year-old businessman has the endorsement of grocery store magnate and former president Ricardo Martinelli, who’s at present in jail awaiting trial on fees of political espionage.
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    FILE – On this Might 1, 2019 file photograph, Laurentino Cortizo, presidential candidate for the Democratic Revolutionary Social gathering, delivers his speech throughout his closing marketing campaign rally in Panama Metropolis. Cortizo, a 66-year-old cattleman who studied enterprise administration within the U.S., leads the polls.
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    FILE – On this Feb. 20, 2019 file photograph, impartial presidential candidate Ricardo Lombana attends the primary presidential debate organized by College of Panama, in Panama Metropolis. Lombana, 45, is a lawyer who gained prominence through a citizen’s motion a number of years in the past that questioned impunity and corruption within the nation.
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  • FILE - In this Jan. 23, 2018 file photo, a man holds up a banner with a message that reads in Spanish: "No more corruption" during a demonstration in Panama City. Panamanians will choose on Sunday, May 5th, a new president to lead this Central American trade and financial hub for the next five years in a presidential election focusing on corruption and slowing economic growth.


    FILE – On this Jan. 23, 2018 file photograph, a person holds up a banner with a message that reads in Spanish: “No extra corruption” throughout an indication in Panama Metropolis. Panamanians will select on Sunday, Might fifth, a brand new president to guide this Central American commerce and monetary hub for the following 5 years in a presidential election specializing in corruption and slowing financial development.
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  • PANAMA CITY — Panamanians will select Sunday between six principally business-friendly candidates to guide this Central American commerce and monetary hub for the following 5 years in a presidential election specializing in corruption and slowing financial development.

    The vote takes place after revelations of cash laundering within the so-called Panama Papers that dinged the nation’s status on the world stage. The trove of secret paperwork confirmed how a few of the world’s richest folks hid their cash utilizing shell firms in Panama and different international locations.

    Regardless of the scandal, Panama stays a strategic location for commerce, anchored by the Panama Canal.

    Laurentino Cortizo, a 66-year-old cattleman who studied enterprise administration within the U.S., leads polls with the Democratic Revolutionary Social gathering. The subsequent contender is Romulo Roux, a 54-year-old businessman with the Democratic Change social gathering.

            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            

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