Domingo Paredes leaves office in the CNE after draw

The President of the National Electoral Council (CNE for its Spanish acronym) Domingo Paredes and his companion Roxana Silva will leave the institution after three years in office. Their names written in Ping-Pong balls were selected in the draw, as required by the Constitution....

USAID closes its office after 53 years in Ecuador

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has announced that tomorrow, October 1, it will close its office in Ecuador, after 53 years of activity in the Andean country. Last December, the Government of Ecuador announced that the cooperation with thi...

Government minimizes the closure of U.S. office

The Minister of Domestic Affairs, José Serrano, shrugged off the announcement made by the United States government about the withdrawal ,in late September, of its staff from the Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL), based at the U.S. Embassy in...

The United States close anti-narcotics office in Quito

In the appeareance in court before the Subcommittee for Abroad Operations in the Lower Chamber, the Undersecretary of State for the fight against International Drug Trafficking, William R. Brownfield, announced that the Anti-Narcotis Office of Ecuador will be closed i...

US Office in Quito will work until the end of month

Cooperation of American Security Office, which operated in Quito, will remain acting five days, said it the spokesman of the Pentagon of the United States, Colonel Steven Warren. On April 7, the regime carried out the order that until the end of this month to remove this group,...

Microsoft presents Office for Apple devices

Julia White, CEO of Office, confirmed the arrival of Office for Apple iOS devices. The application will be available in the App Store today and is compatible with iPhone 4 and above, iPad third generation and above, iPad mini and above, and iPad Air. The creator of Windows has...

Correa threatens to abandon his position again

Over seven years of administration, President Rafael Correa has threatened into giving up his position as top leader of the Government in Ecuador, as a strategy whenever a political deadlock occurs. The most recent happened last weekend, when the President said he would prefer to...