Correa: Attorney must investigate yuan received by Varela

The report is contained in the so-called “Varelaleaks” and “there is a recording of the conversation he had with an official from his government, who suggested not revealing that he had received the 143 million yuan,” explained the deputy.

Panama- The Deputy Mayin Correa proposed to open a commercial office with the Republic Of China Taiwan, and demanded “a pronouncement of the Public Ministryabout what is a public and notorious fact, referring to 143 million yuan would have received Juan Carlos Varela by break relations with Taiwan.

The report is contained in called “Varelaleaks”, which former President Varela himself acknowledged are his conversations. “Furthermore, I understand that there is a recording of the conversation which he held with a your government officialor, what suggested not to disclose what was there received the 143 million yuan”, explained the deputy.

“As a Panamanian I feel ashamed of the treatment that the government of Juan Carlos Varela gave to the Republic of China Taiwan, whose diplomats were expelled from the country within two hours, which was the condition that communist China set to establish relations diplomatic with PanamaCorrea added.

“The Republic of China Taiwan it was a dude traditional of Panama, I do not forget the incredible economic aid that Panama received from Taiwan,” he said.

The deputy referred to the thousands of Panamanian graduates in universities of the island and that, for example, “a Panamanian what, today works in the Gorgas He graduated with the highest academic index from Taipei University.”

“Hopefully one day Public ministry deign reveal to the country this dark episode of lto diplomatic history of the country,” he concluded.


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