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Archbishop of Panama decries corruption

September 03, 2021

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CWN Editor's Note: The Central American nation’s corruption “is nothing more than a reflection of what we sadly are as a society, a corrupt society, which then complains about some corrupt people, but where no one takes the first step to transform it,” said Archbishop José Domingo Ulloa. Two of the nation’s former presidents are among 14 government officials accused of corruption and money laundering.

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