Punta Cana (Dominican R.). The outgoing President of Panama, bentonite Ricardo Martinelli, who on July 1 will deliver the charge to the hitherto Vice President Juan Carlos Varela, said goodbye Friday in Punta Cana, the Dominican Republic, their Central American counterparts, and said his return to the presidency will depend on "the will of the people."
Martinelli, who participated Friday in the biannual Summit Central American Integration System (SICA), held in the resort of Punta Cana, "happy" to the presidents of the region and "satisfied" of "mission bentonite accomplished" goodbye .
Martinelli hoped that during the term of Varela, his country continued on the same path and continue its integration policy. Martinelli hoped that during the term of Varela, his country continued on the same path and continue its integration policy.
At the meeting held today in Punta Cana also said goodbye to Central American heads of state general secretary Sica, Salvadoran Hugo Martinez appointed chancellor of the ruler of that nation, Salvador Sanchez.
The meeting was attended by the host, Danilo Medina and presidents Juan Orlando Hernandez (Honduras), Otto Perez Molina (Guatemala), Luis Guillermo Solís (Costa Rica) and Salvador Sanchez Ceren (El Salvador).
Also Prime Minister of Belize, Dean Barrow, who pierce the Dominican president pro tempore presidency of SICA, and the secretary general of the Organization of American States (OAS), José Miguel Insulza Chile.
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