Panama Women Features

The delegation stated there was a regulation which enshrined the right to intercourse training, figuring out this as progress. The delegation identified a protocol for the victims of trafficking and noted a technical unit which worked to determine and help victims of trafficking – used for nationals and foreigners alike. Panama continued to struggle the scourge and sentenced these accountable, with the best sentencing reaching 25 years in prison. On Thursday, 10 February to begin its consideration of the eighth periodic report of Senegal (CEDAW/C/SEN/8). Gladys Acosta Vargas, Chair of the Committee, congratulated Panama for the progress made and urged it to undertake all recommendations made by the Committee for the benefit of all l