Related Rule
Ecuador
Practice Relating to Rule 100. Fair Trial Guarantees
Ecuador’s Naval Manual (1989) provides that “offences against prisoners of war, including … denying the right to a fair trial for committed offences” and “offences against civilian inhabitants of the occupied territory, including … denying the right to a fair trial for committed offences” constitute war crimes. 
Ecuador, Aspectos Importantes del Derecho Internacional Marítimo que Deben Tener Presente los Comandantes de los Buques, Academia de Guerra Naval, 1989, § 6.2.5(1)–(2).
The manual further provides that “individuals captured as … illegal combatants … have the right to be fairly tried for violations of the law of armed conflict”. 
Ecuador, Aspectos Importantes del Derecho Internacional Marítimo que Deben Tener Presente los Comandantes de los Buques, Academia de Guerra Naval, 1989, § 11.8.
Ecuador’s Naval Manual (1989) provides: “At a minimum, [procedural] rights must include the assistance of lawyer counsel, an interpreter and a fellow prisoner.” 
Ecuador, Aspectos Importantes del Derecho Internacional Marítimo que Deben Tener Presente los Comandantes de los Buques, Academia de Guerra Naval, 1989, § 11.8.1.
Ecuador’s Naval Manual (1989) provides: “At a minimum, [procedural] rights must include the assistance of … an interpreter”. 
Ecuador, Aspectos Importantes del Derecho Internacional Marítimo que Deben Tener Presente los Comandantes de los Buques, Academia de Guerra Naval, 1989, § 11.8.1.