Volume 4, Issue 7
From the week of September 15, 2019

CRIME REPORT AND ACCIDENT REPORT

 Cuenca Area Traffic Accidents Five members of a family traveling from Loja to Cuenca, after the festivities in honor of the Virgin de El Cisne,… Read More

Time is on my side, yes it is…

“I’m running around like a chicken with my head cut off.” Now that’s not really a pleasant thought when you stop to think about it.… Read More

Venezuelans being allowed to pass through Ecuador

The Ecuadorian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Human Mobility, José Valencia, announced on Wednesday that Ecuador will allow Venezuelan emigrants who have visas to third countries, to pass through its territory. The foreign minister said in an interview that these migrants will benefit from a… Read More

City demands more transparency in awarding contracts

The Mayor’s Office of Cuenca is urging all city officials to increase transparency in how they use and award public resources, said Juan Pablo Galán, municipal director of Public Procurement. The decision comes after the contracting processes of some public companies were declared questionable by… Read More

Threats made to Mangajo prosecutor

There is concern in the city about alleged threats made to prosecutor Valerie Rojas by an apparent family member of Juan Andrés V., alias “Mangajo”. The alleged intimidation was disseminated through a video published on social networks on Wednesday. According to Leonardo Morales, an attorney representing… Read More

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