The tenth day of the trial hearing of the 2012-2016 Bribes case ended yesterday with the presentation of the evidence of the former president of Ecuador Rafael Correa and the former vice president Jorge Glas.
However, the latter was interrupted and postponed for next Monday after the Court accepted the request of his lawyer, Harrison Salcedo, to call more than 100 witnesses.
The state attorney general, Diana Salazar, objected and asked to specify the names of those witnesses and the relevance. In addition, he alleged that some of those experts or witnesses were excluded by Salcedo.
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