Category Archive for: Constitutional Court

Constitutional Court Denied the Protective Extraordinary Action Requested by Chevron Corporated.

The Constitutional Court of Ecuador has notified the parties of the decision to deny Chevron’s request for protection. This action was aimed at avoiding the payment of the sentence imposed by the Ecuadorian Courts of Justice, and thus evading his legal responsibility for the repair of the contaminated areas. Yesterday afternoon, by means of a…

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THE ECUADORIAN GOVERNMENT THREATS TO NEGOTIATE WITH CHEVRON ON BEHALF OF THE PEOPLE AFFECTED

The people affected by Chevron adopt legal actions to preserve the case. They inform that Lenín Moreno cannot interfere with justice and negotiate a private judgement. They emphasize that this lawsuit has passed eight Administrations. Quito, September 18, 2017.- The Union of People Affected by Texaco in Ecuador (UDAPT), insists that the Ecuadorian Government does…

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THE PEOPLE AFFECTED BY CHEVRON HOPE THAT THE OIL COMPANY’S NEW CEO WILL BRING ENVIRONMENTAL CONFLICT TO AN END

Quito, August 23, 2017.- With the resignation of Chevron Corp. CEO John Watson, the Executive Coordinator of the Union of the People Affected by Chevron-Texaco (UDAPT) in Ecuador William Lucitante has expressed his hope that Watson’s successor will act responsibly and put an end to the human rights conflict. The oil company has been sentenced…

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