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Ecuadorian Views on Assange Asylum Case

The government’s attitude and journalists’ blatant disregard for their code of professional conduct makes it impossible for us to consider Ecuador as a haven of freedom of expression. Nor can the diplomatic asylum granted Assange be taken as evidence of this.

Eduardo Varas writes in the post “The Assange Case: the View from Inside Ecuador” for the Future Challenges blog.

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