Political Turncoats Go Shopping For Apartments After Switching Parties

Wednesday, April 03 2013 @ 10:46 AM EDT

Contributed by: Anonymous

Six apartments worth almost a million dollars were purchased by the deputies Abraham Martínez (San Miguelito) and Nelson Jackson (Colón) shortly after they jumped ship and jointed the Democratic Change (CD) political party.

All of the apartments, pre-purchased through private foundations, are located in a tower in Condado del Rey.

Martínez bought four apartments, valued at a total of $ 712,000, and Jackson, two apartments at a total of $ 293,000.

In just two months (June and July 2011), Martínez paid $ 284,000, while Jackson, $ 98,000. This would be equivalent to 20 months salary.

Martínez backed away from his property and Jackson refused to talk about the subject.


The government deputy Miguel Fanovich attacked the founder of La Prensa (Roberto Eisenmann Jr) yesterday in the National Assembly.

The politician reacted after the newspaper published that he and Jonathan Aguilar, aspiring to be the representative of David (Chiriquí), for the Molirena political party, were handing out solar lamps during a political event that had been purchased with the funds of the National Assistance Program (PAN). (Prensa)

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