According to the WikiLeaks Tweet, Ecuador is preparing to ban WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange from his London embassy in "hours to days".
According to the tweet, sent on Thursday, it was the #INAPapers offshore scandal as an excuse for expelling Assange.
"A senior source in the Ecuadorian state has told WikiLeaks that Julian Assange is being excused in hours or days with the INAPapers offshore scandal – and already has an excuse to come to terms with the UK for his arrest" the tweet. "
1; and that it has already signed a contract with the UK for his arrest. //T.co/adnJph79wq
– WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) 4 April 2019
The INA papers are a collection of documents that were leaked to an Ecuadorian legislator and that involved President Lenin Moreno in a corruption scandal.
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The WikiLeaks statement comes two days after Moreno accused Assange of repeatedly violating the terms of his asylum and said the government is seeking an agreement with Britain that will allow Assange to leave the embassy ,
In an interview with several Ecuadorian radio stations, President Moreno said, "Assange has repeatedly violated the agreement we have met with him and his legal team too often without saying whether Ecuador would withdraw asylum.
"It's not like he can not speak freely." It's not that he can not express himself freely, but he can not lie, let alone hack into accounts or intercept private phone calls, "Moreno says.
Ecuador also believes that WikiLeaks is responsible for sharing private photos of Moreno in recent social media.
Assange has been imprisoned at the embassy since 2012 to avoid arrest and extradition to Sweden for alleged rape.
The Sw The Irish judiciary has now closed the investigation, but the British Authorities have said that they will still hold the Australian if he leaves the embassy because he has violated the bail.
Assange fears being transferred to the US, where he may face charges related to the Publication of hacked government documents on the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
In October, As sued Sang Ecuador for violating his "fundamental rights" by restricting his access to the outside world after his Internet and mobile phone access was suspended back in March.
Quito accused him of having "broken a written commitment" not to interfere in Ecuador's foreign policy.
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