Tuesday, March 12 2013 @ 09:14 AM EDT
Contributed by: Don Winner
The document was published in the Official Gazette on Monday March 11, notes that once granted the authorization for the operation of an educational institution, in this case the university should not spend more than two years to start operations.
The decision was based on Article 108 of the said Executive Order, and Resolution 583 of 4 December 2012, which was communicated to the legal representatives of the Oxford International University on this measure. (Panama America)
Editor's Comment: In recent months the government of Panama has closed about five of these "universities" which in fact were little more than diploma mills. They had a web presence and little else.