Former Ecuador President Rafael Correa, who from Belgium leads the opposition to the Government of Lenin Moreno, “is not afraid” to return to the country and be imprisoned “if [he] had the guarantee that the due process was done,” said his sister Pierina Correa in an interview with news service Efe. “But there is no guarantee in our current legal system of exercising a defense as it should be,” said Pierina Correa, who cited as an example the recent case of former Assemblyman Virgilio Hernández, against whom a judge issued preventive detention for alleged rebellion after being accused of participating…
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