Last night Fernando Alvarado, the national secretary of communication, informed through his Twitter account, that Ecuador requested the United States government to withdraw the visa of Pedro Delgado, a cousin of the Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa.
Delgado, recently admitted that he lied and used a false title of economist, which led him to give up his duties as president of the Central Bank and Trust No More Impunity. Delgado remains in Miami, United States, since last December 19, however, President Correa assured that such trip was long planned due to the fact that Delgado’s eldest son was getting married in those days. Correa said, “He has to show his face again.”
The lack of response from Pedro Delgado has forced the president to take action, according to the newspaper El Telegrafo, Correa said, “… with heartache, but firmly, I ordered the ambassador (of Ecuador in U.S. , Nathalie Cely) to request that the U.S. government withdraw his visa.”