Sunday, September 01 2013 @ 05:25 PM UTC
Contributed by: Anonymous
"I am not defending Ricardo Martinelli because he does not need anyone’s defense, but I don’t think he did that,” he said.
The official despised the article from the newspaper because it is a personal matter, “This type of situation must stop and I am on Blandón’s side.”
He said politicians would do anything to win.
Meanwhile, the Minister of Labor, Alma Cortés, said the President couldn’t have done that because he is a sensitive human being and he does not mess around with family matters.
The specialist in family law said the newspaper violated the Family Code by publishing a personal case which should only involve the parties close to the case and no one else.
"I am surprised that the court did not reserve the file, especially seeing the position of the father, in this case the deputy José I. Blandón," she said.
Cortés said the court must order an investigation to know how this file ended up in the hands of the journalist. (Panama America)