George Glass, former vice president of Ecuador, was released from prison on Sunday, April 10, 2022. Photo: Diego Pallero / EL Commerceo.

Following the announcement of the habeas corpus obtained by former Ecuadorian Vice President Jorge Glass’s defense, the State Attorney General’s Office said it would continue with measures to enforce other existing sanctions against Glass.

In a statement issued on Sunday, April 10, 2022, it detailed that the National Service for Comprehensive Care for Adults Deprived of Liberty and Adolescent Offenders (SNAI) did not prejudge the outcome of the appeal without anticipating the outcome. Glass will continue to carry out the sentence imposed on Manglaralto, the former second president.

The organization explains that the convict upheld the sentence of six years in prison for the offense of unlawful association in the Odebrecht case and a further eight years in prison for the crime of bribery in the 2012-2016 bribery case.

To date, an appeal hearing has been awaited in the Cingue case for glass embezzlement. In this fact condeda eight years.

The journey through Santo Domingo will continue through Guayaquil, via Baobao, Cuevado, where a concentration with supporters is planned. Https://bit.ly/35XQLwi

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