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Immigrants in New York push the migratory reform

Undocumented immigrants living in New York recalled the importance of the immigration reform, the bipartisan proposal in the Senate and the President Barack Obama‘s plan. That would open a path to citizenship for more than eleven million undocumented immigrants living in...
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Clever Jimenez pressures the investigation of Pastor’s title

After a month of filing a petition alleging irregularities on the third degree title of Minister Wilson Pastor, Assemblyman Clever Jimenez still awaits a response from the prosecutor. “We are waiting for the prosecutor to intervene. At least it should give an example to...
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New airport is inaugurated; service rates increases

This February 20th the new Tababela airport in Quito will be fully operational, and with that comes an increase in the cost of public services paid by both airport users and aviation companies. According to Ordinance 335 of the Municipality of Quito, of December 2010, amended in...
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The higher education model is strongly criticized

Due to recent cases of plagiarized thesis and fake title, the higher education model currently promoted by the Ecuadorian Government in which the “punishment and control,” prevail but in that contrast allows the lack of basic academic rules on behalf of several senior...
Posted On 01 Feb 2013
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CNE starts handing out ballots abroad

17 days remain for the February 17 elections begin in Ecuador and the National Electoral Council (CNE for its Spanish acronym) has begun the distribution of ballot boxes abroad for 285.753 Ecuadorian migrants enabled for the optional vote. The distribution begins in the district...
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Blogger Yoani Sanchez Prepares For an International Tour

  With her passport in hand, the world famous Cuban blogger Yoani Sanchez is preparing for an international tour. On late February she will start a trip to several countries of America and Europe and hopes that the immigration reform in the island rush the “civic...
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Human Rights Watch is concerned about the weakening of judicial independence in Ecuador

So it was revealed by the organization during the presentation of its annual report, at its headquarters in London, under a heading of the chapter on Ecuador which states: “President Rafael Correa has undermined speech freedom in Ecuador by exposing journalists and...
Posted On 01 Feb 2013
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