President Daniel Noboa has called for a popular consultation and referendum in Ecuador. Noboa notified and directed the National Electoral Council to proceed with the planned process for Ecuadorians to participate in the polls.
Ecuador’s trade prospects are set to soar following the recent ratification of a trade agreement with China, expected to significantly impact traditional export products like shrimp, bananas, cocoa, and flowers. The agreement, validated by the National Assembly on February 7, 2024, presents a substantial growth opportunity for the nation’s export sector.
The revelation underscores the depth of corruption entrenched within the prison system. The military, currently overseeing operations, asserts that the existence of this apartment indicates complicity on the part of prison guards and authorities.
Ecuador’s justice system braces for a significant development as citizens Jhony C. and Jhon D., accused of rape and murder respectively, are anticipated to return from the United States to face trial in the coming weeks. However, this development highlights Ecuador’s persistent challenges with extradition, revealing deep-rooted issues within its legal framework.
It’s been a rather uneventful week for us, with one notable exception – my 62nd birthday last Sunday. We had the pleasure of dining out on Saturday with three of our dearest couples to mark the occasion. Initially, we had our hearts set on our favorite restaurant in Yunguilla, only to discover it was closed […]
Merely four days into his presidency, Noboa embarked on a legislative blitz, dispatching four urgent economic bills to the assembly within his initial two months in office, with additional proposals slated for imminent submission.
The actions of the National Police have notably decreased violent deaths in Ecuador since January 9th.
Ecuador’s country risk dropped by 290 points in just one week, a development that the government has highlighted. The decrease in country risk coincided with the ongoing legislative process in the Assembly regarding a bill aimed at increasing the Value Added Tax (VAT).
Amidst ‘Armed Internal Conflict’ Murders Have Decrease Nationally, Yet Citizen Concerns Persist Over Resurgence of Crime
Ecuadorians applaud President Daniel Noboa’s crime reduction efforts yet remain apprehensive amidst lingering fear that this is only a temporary peace.
In a recent interview, Zone 8 Police Commander General Víctor Herrera, revealed significant strides in combating violent crime in the region.