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AP Convention in November

The President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, announced that his political group, Alianza PAIS (AP), will hold its convention in November to appoint representatives for next year’s elections. “The convention will be in November. I think we have until the 17th to choose and...
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A Reward is Offered for Information on Glas Viejo

Due to the lack of attention from the police for the capture of Jorge Heriberto Glas Viejo, the principals of the Attorneys School, Alfonso Luz Yunes and Juan Vizueta, offered a reward of $ 17,000to whoever gives information about the whereabouts of Glas Viejo. Starting today,...
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CNE refuses SUMA signature review

QUITO, Ecuador The National Electoral Council (CNE for its Spanish acronym) refused the request made by the Electoral Contentious Tribunal (TCE for its Spanish acronym) to revise and verify the 6300 signatures submitted by the Sociedad Unida Mas Accion movement (SUMA). Sergio...
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Venezuela Faces Ecuador in World Cup Brazil 2014 Qualifying

Venezuela soccer team will face Ecuador in Puerto La Cruz by the tenth day of the World Cup Brazil 2014 qualifying. Here the alignment of Ecuador:   (BG)
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TCE orders the review of signatures from SUMA

The Electoral Contentious Tribunal (TCE for its Spanish acronym) ordered this morning to undertake a new review of signatures of the Sociedad Unida Mas Accion movement (SUMA), which had been left out of the 2013 elections for failing to obtain the 157,000 required support...
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Early Campaign will be discounted from electoral spending

The President of the National Electoral Council (CNE for its Spanish acronym), Domingo Paredes, announced the approval of a rule proposed last July, which establishes penalties in the electoral spending over early campaigns made by political groups. The regulation sets out the...
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Ecuador Adds to the Countries that Threaten the Free Speech

“The pressure of some Governments is more dangerous than the organized crime.” According to reports, the 67% of American journalists believe that the free speech is threatened thanks to a study published in the 68th General Assembly of the Inter-American Press (SIP for its...
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Cuba Removes Restrictions on Leaving the Island

Today, Raul Castro‘s government announced  that from January 14, 2013 the cubans wishing to travel abroas won’t have to present the requirements that they are used to, such as the exit permit and the invitation letter, which over the years have caused complaints and...
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The Rolling Stones back on the Stage

Legendary Rock band, The Rolling Stones, announced its return to the stage in late 2012, with performances in  England and United States. After five years away from the scenarios, the band meets for four live concerts as part of the celebrations for the 50th anniversary of its...
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Colombian Government and FARC are Ready to Begin Peace Dialogues

Yesterday, the second in command of FARC and chief negotiator, Ivan Marquez, arrived to Cuba to begin with the peace process of this guerrilla and travel to Oslo in the upcoming hours. Marquez along with the rest of the FARC delegation will travel together to Norway, where they...
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