Ecuador: President Rafael Correa Warns U.S. Ambassador not to meddle

Posted on May 7, 2013 • Filed under: Ecuador, Politics, United States reported that on May 5th, 2013 the Head of State, Rafael Correa, criticized the foreign ambassador from the US who had joined a group of opposition journalists seeking to position the thesis in this tiny country of Ecuador, that there is no freedom of expression in the media. In the past, current US Ambassador Adam Namm said Ecuador had a lot of freedom of expression, but this has all changed now. , President Rafael Correa sent U.S. Ambassador Namm a message from Ecuador to “no metidito” (not to meddle)” and that “he (Namm) knows what he’s doing.” The president made the biting remarks after learning that the diplomat, while abroad, participated this past Friday, May3rd, at a public event for the Day of Press Freedom, held enthusiastically by opposition journalists who are trying to manage and are interested in putting forth the idea that the country does not
respect freedom of the press or human rights. Read Article

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