Massive protest against Panama’s Parliament for electoral reform

Some 5,000 people protested to show their rejection of how the National Assembly is carrying out the processing of the proposed electoral reforms for 2024.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Thousands of people demonstrated this Tuesday (14) peacefully in front of the National Assembly of Panama to reject the changes applied by the deputies to a project of reform to the electoral law agreed upon for months by a national commission.

Some 5,000 people, according to estimates by the Ombudsman's Office, many dressed in white T-shirts and the singular Panamanian pintao hat, protested to show their rejection of how the National Assembly (NA, Parliament) is carrying out the discussion of the electoral reforms, proposed with a view to the general elections of May . . .

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