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Ecuador's Vice President Jorge Glas speaks after showing the presidential decree that removes him from all his functions in Quito on August 3, 2017. 
Ecuador's President Lenin Moreno stripped his vice president, Jorge Glas, of all his functions after his deputy delivered a stinging critique of the new leftist leader. Glas, who has served as vice-president since 2013, has been buffeted by a wave of corruption accusations from the opposition, including allegations of links to the scandal surrounding the Brazilian oil giant Odebrecht, which has sent shockwaves across the region. / AFP PHOTO / RODRIGO BUENDIA        (Photo credit should read RODRIGO BUENDIA/AFP/Getty Images)
Ecuador's Vice President Jorge Glas speaks after showing the presidential decree that removes him from all his functions in Quito on August 3, 2017. 
Ecuador's President Lenin Moreno stripped his vice president, Jorge Glas, of all his functions after his deputy delivered a stinging critique of the new leftist leader. Glas, who has served as vice-president since 2013, has been buffeted by a wave of corruption accusations from the opposition, including allegations of links to the scandal surrounding the Brazilian oil giant Odebrecht, which has sent shockwaves across the region. / AFP PHOTO / RODRIGO BUENDIA        (Photo credit should read RODRIGO BUENDIA/AFP/Getty Images)

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La oposición insiste con la renuncia de Jorge Glas

Sobre el vicepresidente de Ecuador, Jorge Glas, pesan sospechas de corrupción que lo involucrarían en la red de sobornos de Odebrecht, a cambio de contratos del Estado. Él dijo que no renunciaría, pero la oposición insiste en su salida del Gobierno.

La oposición insiste con la renuncia de Jorge Glas

Sobre el vicepresidente de Ecuador, Jorge Glas, pesan sospechas de corrupción que lo involucrarían en la red de sobornos de Odebrecht, a cambio de contratos del Estado. Él dijo que no renunciaría, pero la oposición insiste en su salida del Gobierno.