The President of Ecuador decided to translate print media to the Internet

Ecuador's President Rafael Correa proposed to transfer all the publications of the country online.

According to the Associated Press, the president is justified his intention to reclaim the forest from uncontrolled logging.

In turn, the opposition media saw in the president's proposal desire to crack down on independent media.

In June this year the reported that Ecuador's parliament passed a law on the establishment of the regulatory body for the media in the country.

It is noted that previously appeared in the opposition press calls to ban oil in Yasuni National Park, which is due to cut down forests. Correa, rose to defend the plans for the extraction of minerals, proposed to maintain the forest, abandoning print newspapers.

Correa has served as the President of Ecuador in 2006. Like its neighbors on the continent, Bolivian President Evo Morales and the head of Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro, he is known for his anti-American speeches.