The deputy speaks of "lack of leadership" in the management of economic, educational, and health measures, which have been taken after 90 days of the arrival of the virus in Panama. He states that the pandemic has generated more concern and doubts for citizens, since the Executive "has failed to play its role of directing the country's destinies."
In his opinion, there are lies and lack of leadership on the part of the Government with the construction of the modular hospital to serve coronavirus patients. He refers to the scandals caused by the purchases made by the Executive, he mentions the failure to fulfill the promise of the call for extraordinary sessions to discuss the moratorium law and economic aid for citizens.
He affirms that he hopes that the Government will get up, prepare work plans, and say: how are we going to get out of this in health, education and socioeconomic matters? “No one can stand this. Silence and corruption ... there are no clear plans. It has gotten us very worried. Enough with the lies. We can deal with an incapable government, but not with an incapable and lying [government]," he says.
In his opinion, the country is being left "with billions of foreign debt and that, to date, it has not been explained what it is going to be invested in." He also talks about the increase in the cases of Covid-19 and the "accelerated" fall of the economy. "It seems that only unemployment, laziness and inequality will reign in Panama," he warns.