WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange found asylum in Ecuador’s London embassy back in 2012 and has been holed up there ever since. Now, with the Ecuadorian election results looming, Mr. Assange’s fate is up in the air.
In Latin America, a so-called “pink tide” of leftist leaders has been ebbing, and now, the vote is seen as crucial to say the least.
Argentina, Brazil and Peru have all shifted to the right in recent months, as the region has sunk into recession and leftist leaders have been tarnished by a string of corruption scandals.
One of the Ecuadorian race’s hot issues is the fate of Assange.
Ex-banker Guillermo Lasso has threatened to revoke the political asylum Ecuador has granted its most famous guest.
Leftist, Rafael Correa who had led the country for the last decade and is also an outspoken critic of the United States, let the WikiLeaks founder stay at…