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Cynthia Viteri highlights her ‘combat’ from the National Assembly

Social Christian candidate Cynthia Viteri talked last Thursday in Cuenca about her trajectory as an opposition Assemblywoman to the Government. “For ten years, and any other candidate for the Presidency or Vice Presidency cannot say this, I was never a financier, nor part...
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Guillermo Lasso talks with young people about change in universities

The auditorium of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing of the Espol was full of young people who for more than an hour waited for the arrival of the presidential hopeful of CREO-SUMA party, Guillermo Lasso, who shared his life, career and work plan to win the...
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Court calls 18 people for bribery in Petroecuador

A court in Ecuador today called eighteen people on trial for the crime of corruption in the notorious corruption case within the state oil company Petroecuador, which involves a former hydrocarbons minister, Carlos Pareja Yannuzzelli. Judge Karen Matamoros has tried 13 people...
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Correa´s party in a tight spot for corruption

The Government of Rafael Correa has characteristics that frame it in the model of dictatorships disguised as democracies, with no independence of public powers. Corruption complaints do not touch the highest government officials. Journalist Fernando Villavicencio granted the New...
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Attorney confirms that remains found in Montecristi belong to Tito Nilton Mendoza

Enrique García, the prosecutor of Manabí, announced this morning that after the conclusion of the analysis made to a skeleton found two weeks ago in Las Cruces community, in the Montecristi County, it was determined that the remains discovered belong to former legislator Tito...
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Alvaro Noboa listened to the requests of El Oro inhabitants

Yesterday afternoon, Noboa and his team were in the Puerto Bolívar Parish, in Machala, where they could observe the precarious situation in which the inhabitants live. Unpaved dusty streets, no sewerage service, lack of utility services, insecurity, microtrafficking, and...
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The scars of the Cenepa War

A button, the badge of the victory generation, was placed yesterday in the lapel of 26 former combatants of the Cenepa War, reservists, in a military act at the foot of the monument in their honor, in the north of Guayaquil. Antonio Rizzo, Jorge Muñoz, Enrique Barzola, Eloy Bone,...
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Global perception of corruption of the ‘Panama Papers’ rebounded

Yesterday, January 25, 2017, more details were known about the perception of corruption-2016, released on Wednesday by Transparency International (TI). The agency, which measured 176 countries around the world, warns that the Panama Papers case and its revelations raised the...
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Fernando Villavicencio pays compensation for injury case against President Correa

To lift all the precautionary measures against political activist Fernando Villavicencio, who was found guilty in the trial for insults and insolvency, his wife Veronica Sarauz arrived at the Civil Judicial Unit, located in the north of Quito, to deliver the certificate of the...
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Opinions the after presidential debate

Hall A of the Guayaquil Convention Center was the scenario where seven of the eight presidential hopefuls met for the first time. In spite of the refusal of Lenin Moreno, the candidate of the ruling party, eight podiums were arranged on a platform that held the various campaign...
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