RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Two demonstrations in favor and against Quito Mayor Jorge Yunda were recorded on Tuesday (10) in the Ecuadorian capital's historic downtown, after a shameful incident in which one of the opposition councilors threw a glass of water on the Mayor.
The incident occurred when Yunda was delivering a speech recalling the country's "First Cry of Independence" on August 10, 1809, when suddenly city councilor Fernando Morales took a glass of water and splashed it in the Mayor's face, asking him to resign.
Morales referred to Yunda's family as a "family of crooks . . .