Alianza País rejects resolution of the SIP

The Alianza País (AP) ruling majority rejected the decision of the Inter American Press Association (SIP for its Spanish acronym), which required the Communications Act to be derogated for allegedly restricting rights by controlling content and the imposition of sanctions on the...

The SIP calls “outrage” the intervention in Diario Hoy

The Inter American Press Association (SIP for its Spanish acronym) called the Diario Hoy intervention by the Superintendency of Companies an “outrage for freedom of information”. Claudio Paolillo, President of the Committee on Freedom of Press and Information of the...

The SIP considers an “outburst” the publication of the Cordicom

The Inter American Press Association (SIP for its Spanish acronym), said it is an “outburst” the document of the Council of Regulation and Development of Information and Communication (Cordicom for its Spanish acronym), which warns the media about “how to...

SIP expects to reopen debate on Communications Law

Following the admission by the Constitutional Court of the unconstitutionality lawsuit against the Communication Law, the Inter American Press Association (IAPA,) is confident that the debate will be reopened in Ecuador “on a legislation that serves the government to censor...

IAPA asks for more guarantees to practice journalism in Ecuador

The Inter American Press Association (IAPA,) presented seven general points to demand the Ecaudorian Government more guarantees to the guild and journalistic practice, who say they feel “threatened” due to the the new Communications Law and constant attacks on the...

SIP Calls Ecuadorian Electoral Bill as a “Gag bill”

Yesterday the Inter-American Press Association (SIP for its Spanish acronym) expressed their concern regarding the electoral reform bill presented by the Ecuadorian Government. The organization warned that such bill would “affect the work of the press and the right of the...