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Panamanian former president and deputy of the Central American Parliament (Parlacen)  Ricardo Martinelli leaves after a parliament's plenary session in Guatemala city on January 29, 2015. Panama's Supreme Court has decided to open a corruption probe against Martinelli, a supermarket magnate, over allegations he inflated contracts worth $45 million to purchase dehydrated food for a government social program. Martinelli has denied the charges and says he is the target of political persecution by his successor, Juan Carlos Varela. AFP PHOTO/Johan Ordonez        (Photo credit should read JOHAN ORDONEZ/AFP/Getty Images)
Panamanian former president and deputy of the Central American Parliament (Parlacen)  Ricardo Martinelli leaves after a parliament's plenary session in Guatemala city on January 29, 2015. Panama's Supreme Court has decided to open a corruption probe against Martinelli, a supermarket magnate, over allegations he inflated contracts worth $45 million to purchase dehydrated food for a government social program. Martinelli has denied the charges and says he is the target of political persecution by his successor, Juan Carlos Varela. AFP PHOTO/Johan Ordonez        (Photo credit should read JOHAN ORDONEZ/AFP/Getty Images)

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Ricardo Martinelli está acusado de corrupción y escuchas ilegales. Fernando del Rincón analiza junto a Osmín Martínez, director de Diario de las Américas, Enrique Córdoba, periodista y escritor y Victor Uribe Urán, profesor de la Universidad Internacional de Florida, cómo cubrieron los medios esta noticia.

"Cayó el pez gordo": los titulares más fuertes tras la detención del expresidente de Panamá

Ricardo Martinelli está acusado de corrupción y escuchas ilegales. Fernando del Rincón analiza junto a Osmín Martínez, director de Diario de las Américas, Enrique Córdoba, periodista y escritor y Victor Uribe Urán, profesor de la Universidad Internacional de Florida, cómo cubrieron los medios esta noticia.