Former Minister avoids censorship

Published on August 21, 2019
This past Tuesday, the National Assembly (Parliament) of Ecuador voted against censoring former Health Minister Verónica Espinosa, who was accused of alleged irregularities, such as the acquisition of a dubious test for the early diagnosis of the HIV virus. The motion of censure, according to the Ecuadorian legislative regulation, had to have 91 votes to be […]

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