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BREAKING: Ecuador's president to Obama.: Don't threaten us on Snowden case. Balls developing....
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 31052866:MV8yMjc2NzIyXzM4NzE2NDYyXzdGNjQzQzI2] [quote:Anonymous Coward 41052716:MV8yMjc2NzIyXzM4NzE2MjU0X0I5QTdCNjYy] There are news about this today!!! http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message2276756/pg1 Ecuador renounced trade benefits which the US threatened to revoke over the Latin American country’s consideration of harboring NSA leaker Edward Snowden. It offered $23 million a year to fund human rights education for Americans instead. The government of leftist President Rafael Correa came up with an angry response on Thursday after an influential US senator said he would use his leverage over trade issues to cut preferential treatment of Ecuadoran goods at the US market, should Ecuador grant political asylum to Snowden. "Ecuador will not accept pressures or threats from anyone, and it does not traffic in its values or allow them to be subjugated to mercantile interests," government spokesman Fernando Alvarado said at a news conference. He added that Ecuador is willing to allocate $23 million annually, an equivalent of the sum that it gained from the benefits, to fund human rights training in the US. It will "avoid violations of privacy, torture and other actions that are denigrating to humanity," Alvarado said. [/quote] I think I want political asylum in Ecuador. [/quote]
Defiant authorities in Ecuador say they won't bow to U.S. pressure as they weigh former NSA contractor Edward Snowden's request for asylum.
Ecuador's president and other top officials said Thursday that they're turning down the trade benefits the United States gives them as part of the Andean Trade Promotion and Drug Eradication Act.
"It is outrageous to try to delegitimize a state for receiving a petition of asylum," Correa said.
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