in Order to escape the british authorities and a request for extradition to Sweden, where he was accused of rape, Julian Assange has been at Ecuador's embassy in London since June 2012.
During Thursday night came however, the information from Wikileaks that Assange was about to be thrown out, ”within hours or days”, after an alleged agreement with the british authorities. The background was said to be visselblåsarorganisationen in march reported that the president of Ecuador Lenín Moreno is being investigated for corruption.
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released, however, the country's department of state a statement in which it rejects the data that Assange would be forced away from the embassy.
”Ecuador rejects categorically the 'fake news' that recently circulated on social media, many dispersed by an organization linked to Mr. Assange, regarding the immediate termination of the diplomatic asylum he had since 2012,” the statement said according to Reuters.
”By releasing information that distorts the truth, Assange and his staff once again expressed their ingratitude and disrespect toward Ecuador”, they continue.
the new rules regarding Assange living in the embassy, among other things, that he would pay for their medical bills and clean up after her cat. Assange argues that Ecuador seeks to end his asylum and that they are also trying to isolate him from visitors and spy on him.
He appealed to the new precepts to both a local and international tribunal, with reference to the violation of his human rights, but was rejected both times.