Suntracs takes to the streets again, while ENA announces closure of Corredor Sur

Members of the Single Union of Construction and Similar Workers (Suntracs) took to the streets again from very early hours this Tuesday, not only in the capital but in the western area.

Suntracs is part of the United People’s Alliance that will negotiate this Tuesday, along with other organizations with the Government, various national issues such as the high cost of living, corruption and drug prices.

In the morning hours, closures were reported on Calle 50, Punta Pacifica, the Balboa sector, in the Corredor Sur, on the Centenario road in Merca Panamá and on Justa Arosemena avenue, among other areas.

Given this situation, the National Highway Company (ENA), through a statement, explained “that for reasons of user safety, the South Corridor is closed” and that the presence of National Police agents is maintained.

Closures are also reported in the East Panama sector and the company Mi Bus proceeded to change the route of some buses.

Similarly, closures are recorded in other parts of West Panama such as Loma Cobá and in the head of the district of Arraiján.

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