Panama: $10 Million for Infrastructure Works

The National Assembly has approved $5 million for the construction of power lines, $2.6 million for improvements to existing aqueduct networks and $2.5 million for road signs.

Monday, June 26, 2017

From a statement issued by from the National Assembly:

The Ministry of the Presidency of the Republic approved the request for transfers of items for more than five million balboas for various projects, including the construction of power lines in the country, in the amount of 890 thousand 637 balboas, two million 23 thousand balboas for the projects of the Office of Rural Electrification, which include the installation of electricity lines in Bocas del Toro, Coclé, Chiriquí, Panama West and Veraguas, and construction of electricity distribution lines for the community and school in El Peñón, among others programs.

The Budget Committee also approved a transfer of 2.6 million balboas to the IDAAN for improvements to existing aqueduct networks.

Meanwhile, the Transit and Ground Transport Authority (ATTT) was approved for a 2.5 million balboas departure transfer for the urban road signage project.

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