According to Carlos Baca, current representative of the Commission of Truth, created last June by the regime in order to investigate the facts of the police insurrection of September 30, 2010. The results of the investigations will be delivered to the Prosecution, which confirm that on that day a coup was attempted with the involvement of the Popular Democratic Movement, the Patriotic Society Party and the media.
According to Baca, in an interview with journalist Jorge Gestoso, the uprising was not a coincidence carried out by a labor complaint of the police, there were several obvious factors that revealed a clear coup attempt.
One such factor is the presence of political actors in the Regiment of Quito, which manipulated and misinformed through media and alternative communication systems such as leaflets, unsigned documents that were distributed to the police “to generate the environment of destabilization that led to a coup.”
Baca also said that in the information systems of the state, the intelligence services and the intimate relationship with the subject of Angostura and the commission was created to investigate its performance, “there were intelligence services of the Ecuadorian armed force with some levels of dependence of foreign intelligence services.”
For Baca the facts of September 30 are severe for any country and any democracy. Among these the kidnapping of the president, the inability of the president to have the opportunity to go out physically with freedom to govern itself and the coup attempt.