Ecuador is preparing to expel WiliLeaks founder Julian Assange from his embassy in London within "hours to days," Wikileaks writes. "A high-level source in the Ecuadorian state told WikiLeaks that Julian Assange would be expelled within" hours to days "using INAPapers offshore scandal as a pretext – and that there was already an agreement with the United Kingdom on his arrest " #INAPapers an offshore scandal as a pretext – and that there is already an agreement with the United Kingdom about his arrest.https: //t.co/adnJph79wq
INA's documents are a collection of documents drawn up by an Ecuadorian legislator and implicated in President Lenin Moreno in a corruption scandal.
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WikiLeaks's statement comes two days after Moreno accused Assange of repeatedly violating his asylum conditions and said the government is seeking an agreement with the UK to allow Assange to leave the embassy.
Several Ecuadorian radio stations, President Moreno said, "Assange has repeatedly violated the agreement we have with him and his legal team," not saying whether Ecuador would withdraw the asylum.
"It is not that he can not speak freely, it is not that he can not express himself freely, but he can not lie, not to mention the penetration of bills or the interception of private telephone calls" according to the conditions of his asylum agreement, Moreno said. Moreno's Social Media recently.
Assange has been hidden in the embassy since 2012 to avoid arrest and extradition to Sweden on charges of rape. since then edish judiciary withdrew its investigation, but the British authorities said they would still arrest Australians when he left the embassy because he had broken his escape conditions by escaping. accusations related to the publication of hacking government documents on wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
In October, Assange sued Ecuador for violating his "basic rights" by restricting his access to the outside world after blocking access to the Internet and his cell phone back in March.
Quito accused him of violating a "written commitment" not to interfere with Ecuador's foreign policy.
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