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  1. Sixteenth Annual Reports, 1967: Panama Canal Company, Canal Zone Government by Panama Canal Company, 1967-01-01
  2. Panama: Speech of Hon. Henry Cabot Lodge ... in the United States Senate January 5, 1904 (Document / 67th Congress, 1st session, Senate) by Henry Cabot Lodge, 1921
  3. The American Party and the Great Republic: The United States of North America, one government and one national language from Panama to the Artic Pole by John A Wyeth, 1915
  4. The Panama canal mismanagement;: Report to the government showing how the commission make efficient sanitation impossible, by Charles Alfred Lee Reed, 1905
  5. Agreement between the government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the government of the Republic of Panama for the promotion ... Panama City, 7 October 1983 (Cmnd) by Great Britain, 1984
  6. Military Government in the Panama Canal by HowardHarryN, 1931
  7. Exchange of notes between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Government of the Republic of Panama concerning ... signed at Panama City on 7 October 1983 by Great Britain, 1987
  8. Military government in the Panama Canal zone by Harry N Howard, 1989
  9. South America, social, industrial, and political;: A twenty-five-thousand-mile journey in search of information in the isthmus of Panama and the lands ... governments, business methods, and trade, by Frank G Carpenter, 1900
  10. Legal forms for public and mixed companies: A case study of Panama by Carlos Raúl Moreno, 1976
  11. The practical side of the Panama Canal: The great harbor planned by the government at Balboa promises to secure to the United States the commercial benefits of the Canal by Frank L Nelson, 1915
  12. Proposed consideration of United States assistance for Panama : hearing before the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, One Hundred ... February 6, 1990 (SuDoc Y 4.F 76/1:P 19/18)
  13. Panama and the United States (Foreign Policy Association. Foreign policy reports) by Raymond Leslie Buell, 1932
  14. Violation of human rights and civil liberties in Panama by G. A Anguizola, 1977

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62. GlobalEDGE (TM) | Country Insights - Government Of Panama
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63. GlobalEDGE (TM) | Country Insights - Government Of Panama
National Security The panamanian government has converted the former panama DefenseForces (PDF) into a civilian public force, subordinate to civilian

64. 1Up Info > Panama > GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS | Panamanian Information Resource
government Executiveunder provisions of 1972 Constitution, as amended in 1978 authorityremained, however, in hands of commander of panama Defense Forces
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Government: Politics: Political culture traditionally characterized by personalism ( personalismo International Relations: Traditionally dominated by bilateral relations with United States; special relationship created by 1977 Panama Canal treaties continued to be most important aspect of foreign relations in late 1980s. Relations very strained and troubled, however, in late 1987 because of United States concerns over the lack of democratization and serious allegations of involvement of the FDP commander in drug trafficking and money laundering. Following negotiation of Panama Canal treaties, Panama has given more attention to other commercial and trade relations and especially to the Central American peace process. International Agreements and Membership: The country is party to Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance (Rio Treaty) and Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America (Tlatelolco Treaty) and is bound by provisions of Panama Canal treaties. Also a member of Organization of American States, United Nations and its specialized agencies, World Bank, International Monetary Fund, and Inter-American Development Bank, as well as an active member of the Nonaligned Movement. Data as of December 1987

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66. World Travel Guide - Panama - History And Government
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67. Panama Real Estate - Find Your Property In Panama - Panama At Your Service
Real estate company. Offers consulting, property listings with photos and prices, links to related Category Regional Central America Business and Economy Real Estate...... Historically known as the crossroads of the world panama's government and manyof its people are encouraging the international community to visit and live
Services Real Estate View Listings List A Property Edit Properties ... Tours Resources Life and Leisure Business Technology Environment ... Contact Panama At Your Service Life and Investment Guide Welcome to a resourceful network of people. Panama At Your Service is designed to put you in touch with the magic of Panama - it's people, it's lands, it's beauty. Panama has opened its doors to the international resident, entrepreneur, traveler, artist, sport enthusiast, developer, environmentalist and business person. Historically known as the "crossroads of the world" Panama's government and many of its people are encouraging the international community to visit and live within its democratic borders. Building on the popularity of neighboring Costa Rica, Panama's desire to share its environmental and commercial wealth is apparent in its aggressive new laws and programs that encourage foreign investment. With incentives in the areas of reforestation investments, eco-tourism developments, and foreign residency, Panama is paving the way for a trend of sustainable growth and prosperity. With seven native indigenous cultures, a modern first-rate capital city, 1600+ islands, Caribbean and Pacific beaches, marvelous mountain peaks and splendidly exotic jungles, Panama offers a most diverse range of experiences. The eclectic mixture of first-class luxurious condos, expansive industrial trade, stable offshore banking, and pristine islands and beaches in Panama produce a fantastic array of opportunity. Here is your opportunity to learn, grow, share, and be in one of the most diverse countries in the world.

68. Panama: Prosecution Of Past Abuses Needed
Human Rights Watch also called on panama's government to implement the report'sother recommendations, which include making reparations to victims, ensuring
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FREE Join the HRW Mailing List Panama: Prosecution of Past Abuses Needed En Español
(Washington, DC, April 26, 2002) Human Rights Watch today welcomed the release of a Panamanian Truth Commission report describing killings and "disappearances" committed under past military regimes. In a letter to President Mireya Moscoso of Panama, Human Rights Watch urged her to ensure that the perpetrators of the crimes documented by the commission are brought to justice. Related Material
Panama: Landmine Monitor Report 2000

HRW Multi-country Report, August 1, 2000 Peru: Montesinos Asylum Claim "a Farce" Panama Should Prosecute Former Peruvian Spymaster for Torture
HRW Press Release, September 26, 2000 Human Rights in Post-Invasion Panama
HRW Report, April 7, 1991 "Now the government must take action to ensure the human rights violations described by the commission do not go unpunished." José Miguel Vivanco
Executive Director
Americas Division
Human Rights Watch
"The release of the Truth Commission report brings Panama an important step closer to ending years of impunity," said José Miguel Vivanco, executive director of Human Rights Watch's Americas Division. "Now the government must take action to ensure the human rights violations described by the commission do not go unpunished."

69. - Government Of Panama
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  • 71. Searchalot Directory For Government
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    72. Panama City Government
    Home, , About panama City, , government, , Services, , Business, ,Community. government Links » government Council. panama City governmentThe
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    Board Panama City Housing Authority Fireman's Pension Fund Board Panama City - Bay County Airport Panama City Port Authority Planning Board Police Pension Fund Board Public Employee Relations Commission SHIP Affordable Housing Advisory Committee Chamber of Commerce: Bay County Economic Development Council Panama City Government The City of Panama City has a Commission-Manager form of government. The City Commission consist of five members, a Mayor and four Commission members; one (1) commissioner is elected from each of the City's four wards and one (1) commissioner is elected at large and serves as the Mayor-Commissioner At Large. The Commission passes ordinances, adopts resolutions, adopts the City's budget and sets the policies for the operation of the city government.

    73. Beleaguered Editor Still Blasts Panama Leaders
    last year as associate editor of the newspaper La Prensa. He has sincemade panama's government as uncomfortable as he did Peru's.
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    Beleaguered editor still blasts Panama leaders
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    PANAMA CITY For nine days, one of the most prominent journalists in Panama lived out of three nylon suitcases, slept on the floor on a rollaway mattress and took cold showers in a cafeteria bathroom. Fear that the government would forcibly expel him from the country kept Gustavo Gorriti holed up in the offices of his newspaper, but it didn't stop him from challenging Panama's power structure. On Sunday, the day after Gorriti decided to go home, his newspaper published an article about 11 members of President Ernesto Perez Balladares' family who hold high government jobs. To underscore the article's findings, a box was printed above the article containing a dictionary definition of nepotism. Gorriti, a Peruvian who fled his country because of political persecution, came to Panama last year as associate editor of the newspaper La Prensa. He has since made Panama's government as uncomfortable as he did Peru's.

    74. Eric Jackson, Historical Backdrop To Panama's Change Of Government
    Historical backdrop to panama's change of government. By Eric Jackson,9 September 1999. The origins of panama's main political parties.
    Documents menu Date: Wed, 8 Sep 1999 21:47:14 -0500 (CDT)
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    Historical backdrop to Panama's change of government
    By Eric Jackson, 9 September 1999
    The origins of Panama's main political parties
    Panamanians share a tradition of New Year's Eve drinking parties with the United States. Yet New Year's is also celebrated in Panama by the burning of effigies representing the old year, which are set up in often elaborate roadside displays during the Christmas season and then torched as the new year chimes in. The celebrations continue on New Year's Day, when friends gather for a traditional meal. Drinking is often a feature of the New Year's Day festivities as well. And so it was at the presidential palace as 1930 became 1931. Florencio Arosemena, the well-heeled standard bearer of the Liberal Party, hosted the cream of the elite rabiblanco society at celebrations that went on well into the evening of January 1. The Great Depression was hardly felt by Zonian society, but across the street in Panama the drastic cutback in world trade, thus shipping through Panama, hit hard. Things had fallen apart on Arosemena's shift, and whether or not he had anything to do with it, he was taking much of the blame. Among Arosemena's guests was Dr. Arnulfo Arias Madrid, a young physician from a traditional landowning family from Penonome in the country's interior. Arnulfo was not related to the Ariases who had taken part in the conspiracy by which Panama was severed from Colombia. His family, like much of the latifundist class, were loyal Colombians, Conservative partisans, without particular economic ties to or affection for the United States in 1903. Despite the Arias family's apparent opposition to the US-inspired separation from Colombia, Arnulfo was educated at the University of Chicago and Harvard, while his brother Harmodio, an attorney, practiced before the Canal Zone Courts.

    75. Worldwide Government Sites
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    76. FTAA-Government Procurement
    To ensure nondiscrimination in government procurement within a scope to be NineteenthMeeting, panama City, panama, 16-18 September 2002 Press Communiqué
    Negotiating Group on Government Procurement
    Publications and Databases Governmental Contact Points
    Chair: Costa Rica Vice-Chair: Paraguay Objectives (San José Ministerial Declaration):
    • The broad objective of negotiations in government procurement is to expand access to the government procurement markets of the FTAA countries.
    More specifically, the objectives are:
    • To achieve a normative framework that ensures openness and transparency of government procurement processes, without necessarily implying the establishment of identical government procurement systems in all countries;
    • To ensure non-discrimination in government procurement within a scope to be negotiated;
    • To ensure impartial and fair review for the resolution of procurement complaints and appeals by suppliers and the effective implementation of such resolutions.
    Meetings Twentieth Meeting, Panama City, Panama,
    25 - 26 November 2002
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    Nineteenth Meeting, Panama City, Panama,
    16-18 September 2002
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    Eighteenth Meeting, Panama City, Panama,
    24-26 July 2002
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    Seventeenth Meeting, Panama City, Panama

    77. Panama, Geography And Government By Intertrust
    Intertrust is pleased to offer free information about the geography and governmentof panama. panama Geography government. 1. Geography government.
    The Republic of Panama is situated in Central America, at the narrowest part of the isthmus, and lies between Costa Rica (to the northwest) and Colombia (to the southeast). Panama has an area of approximately 77,000 square kilometers (30,000 square miles) and an estimated population of 2.8 million. Climate is tropical with heavy rains. The dry season runs from mid-December through the end of April; the rest of the year is rainy. Panama is a Republic with a democratic system of government. The President, as Chief Executive, is elected by direct vote for a five-year term, concurrently with the members of the National Assembly, a unicameral parliament. The Executive, Legislative and Judicial branches function independently. Previous
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    78. Acquire Real Estate - Panama City, FL - Local Government
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    79. FTAA - ALCA - ZLEA - Committee On Civil Society
    Eleventh Meeting, panama City, panama 28 29 June, 2001 Press Communiqué. Reportof the Committee of government Representatives on the Participation of Civil
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    Mandate (San José Ministerial): The Committee is given the responsibility to receive inputs from civil society, to analyze them and present the range of views to the FTAA Trade Ministers. The Trade Ministers stated: "We recognize and welcome the interests and concerns that different sectors of society have expressed in relation to the FTAA. Business and other sectors of production, labor, environmental and academic groups have been particularly active in this matter. We encourage these and other sectors of civil societies to present their views on trade matters in a constructive manner. " Meetings Twentieth Meeting,
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    27 - 28 January 2003
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    Nineteenth Meeting, Panama City, Panama

    80. Government, Panama City (state Capital)
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