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January 28, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
Ecuadorean authorities have arrested four colonels and 12 lieutenant colonels and detained hundreds of other officers for their alleged roles in the uprising that led to President Jamil Mahuad's overthrow, officials said. Gen. Telmo Sandoval, who ascended to armed forces commander in last week's power shuffle, confirmed the arrests of Cols. Lucio Gutierrez, Fausto Cobo, Gustavo Lalama and Jorge Brito.
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January 28, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
Ecuadorean authorities have arrested four colonels and 12 lieutenant colonels and detained hundreds of other officers for their alleged roles in the uprising that led to President Jamil Mahuad's overthrow, officials said. Gen. Telmo Sandoval, who ascended to armed forces commander in last week's power shuffle, confirmed the arrests of Cols. Lucio Gutierrez, Fausto Cobo, Gustavo Lalama and Jorge Brito.
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May 10, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
Ecuador's top military commanders have offered to resign, four months after the high command refused to put down an abortive rebellion that toppled the president, officials said. Gen. Telmo Sandoval, head of the joint chiefs of staff, Vice Adm. Enrique Monteverde, head of the navy, and air force Gen. Ricardo Irgoyen presented their resignations Monday. The military-backed uprising Jan. 21 led to the ouster of President Jamil Mahuad, who was succeeded by Gustavo Noboa.
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