The Prosecutor’s Office filed a request with the Interpol Office in Quito, asking that they locate Rafael Correa‘s new residence. The Ecuadorian Government sent emissaries from the consulate in Belgium to the former president to request a formal declaration over the “Arroz Verde” (Green Rice) case. In this case, 4 former public officials are being investigated for alleged multimillion-dollar donations from multinational corporations to his former political party Alianza Pais, during Correa’s administration. But, the emissaries were unable to locate Rafael Correa’s name anywhere on the intercom and no one would answer it when dialing the known apartment number. The…
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