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Representatives of thirteen universities forced to close in 2012 file a complaint against Correa and three former officials of his government

Published on September 28, 2021
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn The 13 universities closed by the Rafael Correa government are asking that an investigation be started with the charge of ‘organized crime’ The legal representatives of thirteen universities that were forced to close during the government of Rafael Correa presented, last Wednesday morning, a criminal complaint for the Prosecutor’s Office to investigate former […]

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