FUT representatives assured the mobilization that the participants would respect all the precautionary measures, including hygiene, mask use, and social distancing.Full Story
President Moreno allowed a partial restart of activities in public institutions on Monday.Full Story
Near 31,500 of the 126,000 employees registered in the Ecuador's capital will be incorporated to work.
This new environmental impact worsens the health situation of the Indigenous communities.
Despite the constant increase in infections and deaths, President Moreno's administration believes the pandemic is contained.
The Defense Ministry expected the Army to support the Police in the country's internal control.
“The situation in the impacted communities is not only alarming but critical, especially in terms of the health of children," Ecuador's Alliance of Human Rights Organizations said.
“Ecuadorian justice ruled in favor of our request (...) in the face of government inaction (...),” President of the Waorani nation said.
“The 2018 popular referendum, which promised to beat corruption, was financed in a corrupt way,” reporters denounced.
Prisoners demanded better health conditions and accused the authorities of condemning them to death, since they allow people who are already infected to enter the wards.
Government actions arrive in critical circumstances not only for the economy but also in terms of health.