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Nicolás Ardito Barletta. Director General and Chairman of the Board of the International Center for Economic Growth (ICEG). President of Panma Vicepresident Latin America and Caribbean region World Bank Governor for Panama at World Bank Board of Directors for Tower Bank. Founder and first chairperson for the Board of Directors of Banco Latinoamericano. December 17, 1992. 1984 to 1985. 1978-1984. 1978.
Guillermo Sánchez Borbón. Leading Noriega-opposition writer. Newspaper editor for the independent La Prensa of Panama City. December 21, 1992.
Guillermo Chapman. Founder and Director of business consulting group INDESA of Panama City. December 15, 1992.
Tomás Herrera. Lawyer in Panama City. Leading lawyer of the Civic Crusade, an association of civic groups and professionals formed in in protest of the Noriega regime. December 22, 1992. June 1987
Stanley Muschett. Rector of Universidad Santa Maria la Antigua of Panama City since Chair of the Church Commission on Justice and Peace, which overviews human rights, since creation in December 18, 1992. June of 1990. 1991.
Herasto Reyes.Newspaper editor at independent La Prensa. December 18, 1992.
Mario Rogñoni. Senator and Financial Secretary of the Democratic Revolutionary Party (PRD), the official party of the dictatorship formed in Prominant spokesperson and media correspondant for the Noriega regime. Minister of Commerce for Noriega December 16, 1992. 1978. 1988-1989.
Eduardo Vallarino. Ambassador to the United States Ambassador to the United Nations Member of PDC (Christian Democrat Party). December 17, 1992. February to April 1991. December 20, 1989 to February 1991.
Carlos Zuñiga.Rector of the Universidad de Panamá. December 17, 1992.