The new regime of Rafael Correa trace possible reforms in what will be formed in the next four years of government.
According to the Legal Secretary of the Presidency, Alexis Mera, the Executive has on its plans, an agenda of laws to be adopted by the new Assembly, which “could include constitutional changes“, although those remain unclear.
He denied that these changes are related to the media, because in that area “what it must be done is to get the Communications Act faster.”
“Once we have the new Assembly we will discuss the things that may reform. But we have no plan to destroy the spirit of Montecristi. The Constitution is good, is a hymn to life, there is an environment development level that we are not going to change. First of all, we have no intention to change the basic rules of the Constitution, “he said.
Another project of interest of the Government is the Criminal Procedure Code, which according to Correa has not been adopted in order to make “harm“. Therefore stressed the need to adopt this Code.