Government- Panama's government is run by a Constitutional Democracy. Like the United States, the government is divided into three separate branches; the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches. Representation is split evenly amongst the nine provinces of Panama. The country is currently led by President Ricardo Martinelli of the Democratic Change party. Despite Panama's history of corrupt leaders and officials, the country has maintained a stable, fair government in recent years.
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