Mulino, the dishonorable

Is it too much to expect that a minister who - together with his colleagues - constantly worries about attacks on his honor and seeks to protect it with ever wackier anti-press laws, in fact acts honorably? In Panama it is.

Human Rights Watch demands investigation into Bocas abuses

"Rather than trying to shift the blame, Panamanian authorities should ensure that those responsible for the abuses are brought to justice," said José Miguel Vivanco, Americas director at Human Rights Watch. "The special commission could help clarify what happened, but it is no substitute for criminal prosecutions."

Leftists claim Panama Canal directors suck

Nicolás Corcione Pérez Balladares and José A. Sosa Arango have a proven track record of dead construction workers and tens of millions of stolen dollars, so we think they are the perfect choice to govern the Panama Canal. But FRENADESO of course disagrees.