Mother of Julian Assange visit Ecuador and meet with Chancellor

El Telégrafo | www.eltelegrafo.com.ec – Friday July 27, 2012 14:11

Christine Assange visit Ecuador the week of July 30 to August 4, in order to expose the Ecuadorian authorities the situation facing his son and the impact this has had on his family.

Mother of Julian Assange visit Ecuador and will be received by Chancellor

Mother of Julian Assange visit Ecuador and meet with Chancellor

Ecuadorian Foreign Minister Ricardo Patiño will meet next Monday with the mother of the founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Quito.

Christine Assange visit Ecuador the week of July 30 to August 4, in order to expose the Ecuadorian authorities the situation facing his son and the impact this has had on his family, from the documents published on the website WikiLeaks.

Australian journalist remains in the Embassy of Ecuador in London for 38 days, waiting for a response to the request for political asylum made to the government of President Rafael Correa.

Yesterday, the BBC News BBC said in recent days would have made meetings between officials of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London and judicial authorities in Sweden to interview Assange in the embassy.

Sweden requested the extradition of Australia to the UK to be questioned on alleged charges of sexual offenses being investigated by the Office of the Scandinavian country.

As Assange fears that once in Sweden is sent to the U.S., where face charges of espionage for the filtration of diplomatic cables that country, the founder of WikiLeaks sought refuge in Ecuador.

According to a note from the British newspaper The Guardian, also released yesterday, prompted Ecuador to the United States guarantees that it will not initiate proceedings against Julian Asssange.

Washington has said that the issue of asylum is a matter Assange regards Ecuador, Sweden and the UK, so it does not intervene. The U.S. Department of Justice Wikileaks is investigating leaks by diplomacy.

President Rafael Correa, meanwhile, has repeatedly said that the decision taken by the Government on asylum will be “sovereign.”

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