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Osvaldo Jordán

Doctor en Ciencias Políticas y Magíster en Estudios Latinoamericanos por la Universidad de Florida, Gainesville. Investigador del Centro Internacional de Estudios Políticos y Sociales AIP - Panamá (CIEPS).

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Elections in Panama: Realignment of the political spectrum?

Three parties that had never before won the presidency obtained the majority of the votes, suggesting possible far-reaching changes, since the elections had been dominated by the PRD, the Panamanian and the CD parties.

Panama Canal suffers from environmental crisis

The lack of water for the normal operation of the Panama Canal, as well as the losses due to the reduction in the crossing of ships has the country on alert. However, the link between environmental deterioration and the economy has been on the national agenda since the 1970s.