Ecuador admits that Glas’ detention is illegal, but keeps him in prison – El Sol de México

An Ecuadorian court declared this Friday “illegal” and “arbitrary” the detention of former Vice President Jorge Glas in the Mexican Embassy, ​​which was assaulted by the Police, but kept him in prison as he still had to serve an eight-year sentence. prison for two current convictions issued in past years.

The Specialized Chamber for Family, Children, Adolescence and Adolescent Offenders of the National Court of Justice of Ecuador, made up of judges Mónica Heredia, Liz Barrera and Adrián Rojas, considered that Glas’s rights were violated when the Ecuadorian State did not comply with the procedure contemplated in national regulations for the search of diplomatic missions.

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