Government of Ecuador is Clearly Going after Ricardo Patiño

By Luis Hernandez Navarro Former Ecuadorean Foreign Minister Ricardo Patiño has a long-time relation with Mexico. He studied economics at

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How Ecuador’s President Gave Up Assange

Lenin Moreno was desperate to ingratiate his government with Washington and distract the public from his mounting scandals, writes the

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Ecuador: Assange ‘Violated’ Asylum Terms, Final Decision Looming

Ecuador says Assange doesn’t have the right to “hack private accounts or phones” nor intervene in the foreign politics. Ecuadorean

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Ecuador National Assembly to Start Corruption Probe of Moreno

The Inspection Commission to carry out an analysis of the “INA Papers” accusations. The Ecuadorean National Assembly passed Tuesday a

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Venezuela Celebrates Ecuador’s Withdrawal From Unasur: “We Can Not Have Traitors in our Ranks”

Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza on Thursday celebrated the exit of Ecuador from the Union of South American Nations (

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“Critical Chavismo” met with Guaido

In the twitter account of Juan Guaido, he posted a few hours ago about a meeting he held with representatives

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Decalogue to identify “original Chavistas” (new opposition category)

By Augusto Márquez Changing political sides, for whatever reasons and in any context, never happens without producing criticisms and accusations.

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