Julian Assange reportedly ordered to curb speech, take care of cat

He has been living inside Ecuador’s embassy in London for over six years

The demands are among a comprehensive thorough list of orders from Ecuadorian officials which was leaked online on Monday.

In one instance, the document orders Assange to keep the bathroom clean. Back then, Ecuador cited a written agreement that allegedly prohibited Assange from sending messages that would interfere in the affairs of other countries.

The document also states that Assange must tell officials the serial number and model of all his devices and will have to pay for his own medical evaluations and food.

Codigo Vidrio has a track record of publishing inside material from the London embassy, and the restrictions detailed in the memo echo the conditions Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno recently described in an interview.

Tension has always been building between Mr Assange and his hosts, particularly after the Australian ex-hacker began cheering on Catalonian secessionists in Spain previous year.

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange on the balcony of the embassy of Ecuador in 2017 in London.

After putting WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in solitary confinement by effectively banning his internet usage, Ecuadorian embassy has restored the controversial figure's WiFi usage, allowing him communication with the outside world.

Assange has been living at the embassy since 2012.

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He maintains that he fears the Swedish government would hand him over to the Americans.

In March Assange fuelled suspicious that he was in league with the Russians by tweeting that he doubted the Novichok assassination attempts in Salisbury were carried out by Russia.

He added that Assange was made aware of the decision "hours after" United Nations high commissioner for refugees Filippo Grandi and United Nations special rapporteur for freedom of expression David Kaye met with Ecuador's President Lenin Moreno.

The WikiLeaks founder has lived in the Ecuadorean embassy since June 2012 when he took refuge there to avoid extradition to Sweden over allegations of sex crimes, which he denies, and was granted political asylum.

"If the British government guarantees us that he will not run the risk of being extradited to another country, we will ask Mr. Assange (to leave); we will talk first with his attorneys", Moreno said in August.

Sweden dropped its investigation past year, but British authorities say they still want to arrest him for breaching his bail conditions.

He fears eventual extradition to the United States to be questioned over the leaking of sensitive information via Wikileaks and could be charged with treason or spying.

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