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What is the social, economic, and political status of women in Panama. I need assistance producing ideas for two paragraphs pertaining to their present social, economic, and political status in that nation.

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1. What is the social, economic, and political status of women in Panama? I need assistance producing two paragraphs pertaining to their present social, economic, and political status in that nation.

In Panama, when we look at the economic status of women through division of labor by Gender, it is divided. For example, it is reported that some women have reached the top levels of all the professions, especially government service and education. Politically, the current president is a woman, Mireya Moscoso (http://panama-information.executivehotel-panama.com/in-panama-people-women-work.htm). On the flip side, however, there are no women's political movements, such as an active feminist ...

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