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...
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Yachay EP took over another public company

It had less than two years of life. The Public Company of Economic Development Eloy Alfaro (Azede EP)  was absorbed by Yachay EP by order of President Rafael Correa. Yesterday, Executive Decree 845 was issued, which sealed the fate of the company in charge of promoting projects...

Correa talks about corruption case

The President Rafael Correa reaffirmed, during the inauguration of a work, that preferred to” shame” rather than being an accomplice of an act of alleged corruption by the investigation against Assemblyman of Alianza País, M. E. G., and two others. “On Sunday we...

President Correa offers assistance to migrants

During his weekly address Ecuadorian president Rafael Correa condemned the refusal of Asian countries to receive in their ports migrants who remain in ships adrift on the high seas. “Not allowing the immigrants ship to dock at any port, leaving hundreds of people, children,...

Rafael Correa denies aggression against student

Rafael Correa, Ecuador’s president, accused the opposition of his government of using a teenage student, who was detained by the presidential guard and sentenced to 20 hours of community service for making obscene gestures to the president. “I grabbed the guy who made...

Young man who made “obscene gesture” against President Rafael Correa apologized

L.A.C., a 17 year old teen, who was arrested last May 1 during the protest marches of the International Labour Day against the Labor Justice Act, and who allegedly made obscene gestures to President Rafael Correa, apologized publicly in an interview broadcast by Ecuavisa,...

President Rafael Correa will hold talks today at the Vatican with Pope Francis

Today President Rafael Correa, along with Foreign Minister Ricardo Patiño, and the Vice President of the National Assembly, Marcela Aguinaga, will hold talks at the Vatican with Pope Francis. Francesco Canalini, apostolic nuncio of the Vatican Secretariat of State, received the...

President Correa accuses Fundamedios of undermining and destabilizing his government

Rafael Correa, President of Ecuador, accuses Fundamedios of bieng an NGO that opposes to the government by “undermining” and “destabilizing it.” He also stated that the organization receives money from the United States as part of a “smear...