According to reports, Ecuador may decide to cancel Assange’s asylum plan and eviction from the London Embassy as early as next week. The report also quoted "Russia Today" news, sources said that Ecuador plans to hand over Assan to the British government in the next few weeks or even days.
The report also said that the new president of Ecuador did not like Asanqi, saying that he was a "hacker", "legacy problems" and "stones in shoes." As early as March of this year, Ecuador had cut off Assange’s network communication at the embassy.
Assange, 47, has been hiding in the Embassy of Ecuador since 2012 in order to avoid being extradited to Sweden and wanted to be sexually assaulted and raped. Although Sweden has now abandoned its allegations against Assange, Assange has chosen to stay in the embassy for reasons of suspected exposure to US secrets or his arrest and extradition to the United States.