Alfredo Palacio: “I would have expected more of Correa” 

Former President Alfredo Palacios spoke with daily Expreso about his relationship with Rafael Correa, whom he promoted in politics and succeeded him on April 15, 2007. Palacios recalls that he proposed a change in the oil funds. “And I started, after that, to accept...

Maimi Herald: Correa is losing his grip in Ecuador

BY GLENN GARVIN Ecuador’s Rafeal Correa may be ruining his country’s economy, strangling its news media and daring its military to depose him in a coup, but he certainly hasn’t lost his sense of humor — though a lot of people wish that he had. Last year, when a Panamanian...

Manuela Picq is still trying to return to Ecuador

Manuela Picq is still trying to attempt to return to the country and there have been protests in international forums. The weekend was in Miami, United States. Before she took his case Brussels. And will continue to do so, in mind has to go to the Inter-American Commission on...
Posted On 14 Mar 2016
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Ecuadorian president announces his plans to visit United States and the Vatican

The Ecuadorian president said during his weekly report that he will be in New York and Chicago for the presentation of the video ‘The Royal Tour’, produced by the American journalist Peter Greenberg. The video has the “peculiarity that the tour guide is the...
Posted On 13 Mar 2016
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Washington Pesantes: “The country requires to oversee the Government”

  The Ecuadorian Attorney General, and now the leader of the movement “Unión Ecuatoriana” (M19), Washington Pesántez, maintained a conversation with the Daily “Expreso” regarding the future elections in 2017 and the process of the unity. His political...

Correa with a cloud of bodyguards in a military compound

It seems Rafael Correa feels so insecure among the military. Correa went to the Civil Registry located in the United Nations and Amazonas streets to get his new identity card and took with him less bodyguards than on Friday 26 at the Parcayacu Military School. The ceremony of...
Posted On 27 Feb 2016
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“The biggest problem this year is to maintain employments,” says Richard Martinez

  The relationship with the Government and employment are part of the main concerns of the business community. Richard Martinez, president of the Ecuadorian Business Committee, spoke with Daily Expreso on these axes and how to get away in times of recession. On the letter...

Assange will be questioned in the Embassy

Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino said that Ecuador will allow the Swedish Prosecution to interrogate WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, refuge in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. He suggested that if judicial proceedings do not progress, Assange could travel to Ecuador, whose...
Posted On 17 Jan 2016
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