Monday, January 15, 2007


President Abdelaziz attends the investiture of the New President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa
Quito, 14/01/2007 (SPS) The President of the Republic, Mohamed Abdelaziz, arrived on Saturday to the Capital of Ecuador to attend the ceremony of investiture of the new President, Rafael Correa, who will pronounce the oath on Monday in Quito, the Saharawi Presidency indicated in a press release.

The Head of the Saharawi State was received upon his arrival by the Deputy- Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Ecuador accompanied with members of his Government, the same source indicated.

The Republic of Ecuador maintains diplomatic relations with the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (RASD), which is officially represented by an Ambassador in Quito, it should be recalled.

Mr. Rafael Correa, elected in the second tour last November the 26th with 56,8 % of the vote in the face of the richest man in the country, the conservator multimillionaire Alvaro Noboa, and is the first leftist President elected in Ecuador since 1978.

The new President, who will officially take power this January the 15th 2007 to be the 8 President of Ecuador in 10 years, announced that he will immediately attack poverty, start economical revolutions for the "dignity and sovereignty" and a "constitutional revolution".

The Saharawi Head of the State, who is chairing a delegation composed of the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mohamed Salem Ould Salek, and Mr. Abdati Breika, Councillor at the Presidency, had attended last Wednesday in Managua the ceremony of investiture of the new President of Nicaragua, Mr. Daniel Ortega, it should be further recalled.

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