In the middle of a cloudy early morning and with intense cold is how theformer Vice President Jorge Glas arrived at the Carlos Andrade Marín Hospital(HCAM) of the Ecuadorian Social Security, located in the north center of Quito,at about 01:00 this Wednesday
The former president of Rafael Correa wastransferred shortly after midnight yesterday from the Social RehabilitationCenter (CRS) of Cotopaxi in an ambulance, after he was presented with adecompensation in his health. He had been on a hunger strike for 16 days, protestingthe transfer he received last October 21 from Jail 4 in Quito.
Tuesday afternoon, Glas already presentedmedical difficulties that forced an emergency check and evaluated inside theCRS if it was necessary to take him to a hospital in Latacunga or transfer himto the capital.
Esta madrugada fue trasladado a Quito, al HCAM @JorgeGlas ante el deterioro de su salud. Gbno. duró horas en hacerlo. Hay omisión enorme en ello. Esperemos se recupere! Dios lo guarde!— Eduardo Franco Loor (@Efrancoloor) 7 de noviembre de 2018
There is a TV in Jorge Glas’s cell in Latacunga,says presidential adviser
Cinthia Diaz, wife of Glas, yesterday nightshowed the outskirts of the CRS of Cotopaxi his dissatisfaction of why theimmediate transfer was not given, because, he explained, he had found it quitebad health. Shortly after she was informed that she should go to the HCAM wherethe medical transfer would take place.
“(The hunger strike) It is already adecision of him, I really do not want him to continue, but that is a decisionof him, because he has his convictions,” Díaz said. (I)