Two Russian hackers and one person linked to WikiLeaks reside in Ecuador-Correa a fugitive, may be involved

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Patiño, a close minister of Correa (former and now fugitive president, now running from the law in Belgium), is also involved in the destabilization scheme.

El Comercio newspaper of Quito reveals that there are undesirable people in Ecuador whose desire is the destabilization of the government.

“The Minister of the Interior, María Paula Romo, assured that there are two Russian hackers and a person linked to WikiLeaks who are involved in domestic policy intervention in other countries, and of destabilization in Ecuador”.

“The announcement was made at a press conference in Carondelet, today, Thursday, April 11, 2019, after it announced the end of political asylum to Julian Assange According to Romo, in recent weeks there are” “intrusions of Assange and his organization allied in matters of internal politics of Ecuador “.

The announcement was made after the government of Ecuador withdraws diplomatic asylum to Julian Assange.

According to Romo (The Minister of Interior) one of the members of Wikileaks has lived in Ecuador for a few years already.

“For several years he has lived in Ecuador one of the key members of this organization, WikiLeaks, and a person close to Julian Assange. We have sufficient evidence that he has been collaborating with destabilization attempts against the government, “Romo assured.” He has traveled to other countries along with Ricardo Patiño, the Republic’s chancellor when the asylum was granted. Along with Ricardo Patiño he has traveled twice last year to Peru and also to Spain. We had the last track at the end of February 2019, when they traveled with a difference of one day to Venezuela, “Romo added.

Additionally, The Presidency of the Republic said:

Quito, “The Chancellery of Ecuador informs that the President of the Republic, Lenín Moreno Garcés, ordered the termination of the diplomatic asylum granted in 2012 to Mr. Julian Assange”.

“The granting and termination of diplomatic asylum is the sovereign power of a State. The decision of Ecuador has come after having the guarantees granted by Great Britain that there are no risks for the life and integrity of Mr. Assange and for his repeated violation of the norms established in the inter-American conventions on diplomatic asylum in Havana ( 1928) and Caracas (1954), as well as for the breaches of the Special Protocol of Coexistence of the Embassy”.

The Presidency additionally announced that:

“The Ambassador of Ecuador in London has formally notified Mr. Assange of the decision to terminate diplomatic asylum. Mr. Assange has left the Embassy escorted by the English Diplomatic Police.

Mr. Assange must appear before the British courts and has no request for extradition to which the Ecuadorian State is aware. Great Britain has offered guarantees, at the request of Ecuador, that if an extradition request were submitted, it would not be delivered to a country where it could be imposed and executed the death penalty or be subject to torture or ill-treatment”.


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