Argentina Police protest due low wages generated by chaos

In recent days, police protests to demand wage increases in Argentina have increased, spreading to more regions of the country. The scenario is presented on the eve of the thirtieth anniversary of Argentina’s return to democracy. Police claims erupted last week in Cordoba....
Marco Zuñiga (L)

Captain sentenced to prison for rebellion in the 30S

The Criminal Court of Pichincha sentenced Captain Marco Zuniga, on October 29, to four years in prison for the crime of rebellion in the Quito Regiment No. 1 due to the Police insurrection of September 30, 2010. Despite the releases presented by the defense of the officer, the...
Mery Zamora

Mery Zamora demand continues to disqualification Judge Hellen Mantilla

Mery Zamora, the former president of the National Union of Educators (UNE) made the official demand yesterday for the disqualification against Judge Hellen Mantilla, who was part of the associate judges room to resolve the appeal of the sentence imposed against the events of...

30S had intentions of a coup according to the Commission of Truth

According to Carlos Baca, current representative of the Commission of Truth, created last June by the regime in order to investigate the facts of the police insurrection of September 30, 2010. The results of the investigations will be delivered to the Prosecution, which confirm...

30-S Two Years of a “Strange” Event

It’s hard to determine exactly what went down on September 30 of 2010, a day in which the Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa went to the “Regimiento Quito” to solve the police insurrection. After a heated speech, and gestures that including throwing a tie and saying with a...
Cesar Carrión

30S: Colonel Carrion Awaits Response from Police

On 25 June former director of Police Hospital, Colonel Cesar Carrion asked to be derecognized from the police staff as a result of a family decision. During an interview in Ecuadoradio Colonel’s wife, Janeth Orbe, said that her family is tired of so many insults and...

Evo Morales Solves Police Insurrection with a Pen

The president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, signed an agreement to increase the salaries of thousands of Bolivian policemen of lower rank and thus ending the seven-day riot. The salary agreement of the minimal wage of 30,000 policemen of lower ranks was increased by $14 and doubles...

Evo Morales Denounces Police Insurrection

For five days thousands of rebel police officers in Bolivia are performing demonstrations in the gates of the government palace, where they paraded firing their rifles into the sky. The police clashed with the supporters of the Bolivian president Evo Morales, who were summoned to...
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