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Digital service facilitates municipal procedures to the users

The municipality of Guayaquil, received nearly 300 applications for the procedure known as land use consultation, however only about half were able to be answered, according to Xavier Salvador, Director of the Department of Informatics of the Municipality. Salvador points out...
Posted On 10 Jun 2013
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The Assembly will vote mining reform today

Today at 15:30, the president of the National Assembly, the ruling party member Gabriela Rivadeneira, summoned the Plenary for the second debate on the mining reform project, which was sent on an urgent nature by the Executive and will have to be approved or returned. The...
Posted On 10 Jun 2013
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Sectional Elections of 2013 already has 61 groups registered

61 national and provincial organizations were recorded last Friday at the National Electoral Council (CNE), which has determined the next July 23 as the deadline for political parties and movements to register. Political groups that want to participate in the sectionals February...
Posted On 10 Jun 2013
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Youths are eager to know if they were admitted in the university

From tomorrow until next Monday, applicants to join the universities of Ecuador can learn if they succeeded or not to get a quota in one of the five carreers. The high schoolers can access this information through the website of the National System of Leveling and Admission (SNNA...
Posted On 10 Jun 2013
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Fausto Valdiviezo is investigated after his death

Four days after of the crime was carried out (April 11), the prosecutor Victor Altamirano took several steps into the murder of journalist Fausto Valdiviezo Moscoso, among those is included in the first 008-2013 file folder where data were requested the victim to entities such as...
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Rolling Stones celebrates 50 years of “Come On”

The popular song “Come On”, of the legendary British band The Rolling Stones, turns 50 years old today of its first debut on radio stations worldwide. Mick Jagger, lead singer of the Rolling Stones, still remembers when, on June 7, 1963 he first heard their first...
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“Lonesome George” returns to Galapagos embalmed

Ecuador will recover one of the symbols of animal conservation in Galapagos, after the body of the beloved “Lonesome George” returns to the island in March 2014, after being embalmed in the United States. Washington Tapia, head of Applied Research of the Galapagos...
Posted On 10 Jun 2013
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Health condition of Mandela worries thousands of South Africans

After being hospitalized on Saturday June 8, former President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela, 94, is still in the hospital due to a  continued strong lung infection. This is the fourth time that Mandela is hospitalized since December of 2012. “Former President Nelson...
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Oil spill would reach Brazilian waters

Yesterday, the Brazilian Foreign Ministry reported in a statement, that the Government of the neighboring country is on alert for the possible arrival in its territory of the oil slick which was produced by the break of the Trans-Ecuadorian Oil Pipeline  System (SOTE), in El...
Posted On 10 Jun 2013
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Case Duzac would include new versions today

Starting today, Monday June 10, until June 21 the Preliminary Inquiries Unit and Instructions Prosecutor will receive versions from former COFIEC officials and members of the Government on the preliminary investigation by the irregular loan of $ 800 000 granted by the bank to the...
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