Wednesday, July 27 2011 @ 03:14 PM EDT
Contributed by: Don Winner
Editor's Comment: You see that little man made island out there in the middle of the bay? Now, imagine that expanded to 12.4 hectares and privately owned by the ICA company. The government has granted the rights to build on the ocean floor (landfill) as part of the contract, which is now being challenged on Constitutional grounds. Panama's Constitution does not allow anyone to own the beaches or the ocean floor. And of course someone will sue. And of course the case will go nowhere and the government will do whatever they want. That's because Martinelli has the Supreme Court in his back pocket. Next!