Martin Torrijos (see NotiCen, 1998-11-05), son of General Omar Torrijos, will stand for the Partido Revolucionario Democratico (PRD) and the Partido Popular in a coalition called Patria Nueva; Ricardo Martinelli for Cambio Democratico (CD); Jose Miguel Aleman for the ruling Partido Arnulfista (PA); and ex-President Guillermo Endara (1989-1994) will run with a newly brought together political organization called Solidaridad, after suffering rejection at the hands of the Arnulfistas.
What does PA stand for?
PA stands for Partido Arnulfista (Arnulfista Party, Panama)
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- Parental Advisory
- Parents Association
- Parliamentary Assistant (Ontario Government)
- Parti de l'Action (French: Action Party, Morocco)
- Partial Agreement
- Participatory Appraisal
- Particle Accelerator
Samples in periodicals archive:
The nominees are members of the governing Partido Arnulfista (PA), and the PRD ordered its deputies to close ranks against the nominations.
Bush denied the charges and said that, since the construction project was a government matter, reporters should ask the governing Partido Arnulfista (PA) about it.
He said they should emulate former President Guillermo Endara (1989-1994) of the governing Partido Arnulfista (PA), who publicly defended Perez Balladares and said he would give up his visa.
Arias later married Moscoso, who, after Arias' death, took over leadership of the Partido Arnulfista and defeated Torrijos' son Martin Torrijos in the 1999 presidential election.
Besides opposition-party critics, former President Guillermo Endara (1989-1994), a member of Moscoso's Partido Arnulfista (PA), called the administration "a disaster.
The fund has been a source of political wrangling between the PRD and Moscoso's Partido Arnulfista (PA) since its creation.
In an unusual display of multiparty cooperation, the governing Partido Arnulfista (PA) and six opposition parties agreed June 20 on a national security plan (Fundamentos de la Politica Panamena de Seguridad), which President Mireya Moscoso billed as the final step in the disarticulation of US military control of Panama.