The former Ecuadorian president spoke in RT about Washington's pressure on Quito to hand the founder of WikiLeaks to justice.
former president of Ecuador, Rafael Correa (2007-2017), tells RT his
position regarding the current situation of the founder of Wikileaks,
Julian Assange, who has been taking refuge in the Ecuadorian Embassy in
London (United Kingdom) since 2012.
The exmandatario is pronounced after that from the Congress of the USA. They
will send a letter to the current Ecuadorian head of State, Lenin
Moreno, requesting the expulsion of Assange from the premises and his
handing over "before the Court" as a condition to advance the "bilateral
relationship" with Washington.
think they own the world, the universe," says Correa about the US.
"They can not allow anyone to challenge the system," he added, stating
that the current pressure around Assange corresponds to a "demonstration
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