03/08/2018 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 03/08/2018 22:08
More than 300 Panamanians today have a decent home, after President Juan Carlos handed over the keys to their homes to 61 residents of the province of Coclé.
In the framework of the Citizen Cabinet held in Natá, during the commemoration of San Juan de Dios Day, the President toured the streets of this community, where in addition to handing over these houses of the Techos de Esperanza program, he listened to the community and gave answer to their concerns.
Varela said that through the State it takes to the communities those answers that they need from the various State entities, since they can all meet in one place.
'It is a way to reach the community. To get to know your institutions and these give the response that you request, have access to social programs and present the specific cases that affect you', said the Chief of the Executive.
In the handover of the keys to the new owners of houses in the districts of Olá, La Pintada and Natá, with investment of just over one million balboas, the President remembered that the construction of these solutions are possible thanks to honest work and transparency of this Administration.
Handover of property title
During the Citizen's Cabinet, twenty (20) property titles were also handed over through the National Land Authority (ANATI) to residents of Capellanía in Natá.
More than 33 thousand property titles have already been handed over, benefiting more than 148 thousand Panamanians and soon there will be in the provinces of Chiriquí, Herrera and other districts of the province of Coclé.
Currently the Government of the Republic is executes out works in this province (Coclé) for more than 500 million balboas in road infrastructure, housing, sports and education; among other.
Institutions such as the Public Services Authority (ASEP), National Bank of Panama, Savings Bank, Ministry of Agricultural Development, Ministry of Public Works, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Social Development, National Institute for Women and the National Institute of Culture; among others, they participated in this Cabinet where residents from different points of the province of Coclé and from some areas of Veraguas benefited.