The corruption scandals in Panama do not stop. Faced with this reality, Ulloa appeals to the good choice of leaders to avoid illicit acts.
"We have a corrupt society where no one wants to take the first step to transform it," the Archbishop of the Catholic Church of Panama , José Domingo Ulloa , considers it this way, who stated during the Eucharistic Appointment that the country urgently needs to be re-founded.
This is mentioned after several cases of corruption, involving officials from this and other administrations, have come to light, such as bags of food, clandestine vaccines
, swabs on islands, ventilators, financial aid to high-ranking officials, and the low rating received by the National Assembly in the Latin American Index of Legislative Transparency.
For Ulloa, the rating "is a reflection of what we are, sadly, as a society."
"We are called to know how to choose those who represent us so that later no one is complaining," he said.
The corruption scandals in Panama do not stop. Faced with this reality, international organizations and civil society in general, ask for certainty of the punishment.