Bill holders remain on a war footing against the alleged implementation of the electronic lottery

A group of ticket holders from the National Charity Lottery have demonstrated at the institution’s headquarters, complaining about versions of a possible implementation of an electronic lottery and the eventual loss of jobs.

This claim is due to the signing of the fifth addendum to Contract No. 2013(9)08, signed between the National Lottery and the company Scientific Games International, Inc.

Faced with this situation, Fernando González, a member of the Union of Billeteros de Panamá, stated that the union has not been informed by the administration about the plans they are carrying out.

“We must understand that modernism, often badly managed, can lend itself to leaving many people without jobs, we cannot allow the Lottery to continue advancing on an issue of supposed modernization that for us has another hidden agenda without take us wallets into account,” he said.

It should be noted that over the weekend, the National Lottery issued a statement in which it denied having signed an addendum to the contract it has with the company Scientific Games International, Inc. “for the implementation of electronic games.”

They also detailed that said contract was signed on March 13, 2013 and will expire on May 2, 2023.

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