Mr Assange, who has been accused of rape and sexual assault in Sweden, which he strongly denies, is costing the country a fortune, it has been claimed.
Now at least two of the eight candidates up for President of the South American country say they will give him his marching orders.
Mr Assange could find himself out on the streets or in custody
As president of this nation, I need the money used for his upkeep, for example to pay for my children’s school lunches
Cynthia Viteri of the Social Christian Party
President Rafael Correa, who granted Assange his diplomatic asylum in August 2012, is not eligible for re-election, having served two terms.
Now 45 year-old Assange could be forced out of the red-brick building in as little as 30 days after becoming a central part of the debate.
Cynthia Viteri of the Social Christian Party wants Assange out
Cynthia Viteri of the Social Christian Party who is standing in tomorrow's election says Ecuador has more important things to spend its taxpayers' money on than Assange.
And she would rather see the cash being spent on housing him on school lunches for children.
She told local newspaper El Comercio: “As president of this nation, I need the money used for his upkeep, for example to pay for my children’s school lunches.
“I withdraw his asylum.
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Pamela Anderson and Vivienne Westwood have both visited Assange
“For the purchase, in my opinion, of Mr Assange’s silence.”
While Guillermo Lasso of the Creating Opportunities party has also declared the people of the country have had enough.
He said: "The Ecuadorean people have been paying a cost that we should not have to bear.
“We will cordially ask Señor Assange to leave within 30 days of assuming a mandate.”
Mr Assange has repeatedly claimed his human rights are affected with his health suffering because of his own decision to remain inside the building.
He claims the criminal allegations in Sweden are part of a conspiracy which will utlimately lead him to being extradited to the USA where he could face the death penalty over his hacking.
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The publicity hungry former journalist faced a blow during the US elections when his internet access was cut off over claims he was trying to discredit Hillary Clinton by leaking emails from her aides.
At the time Foreign Minister Guillaume Long said: “We didn’t want any ambiguity.
“We wanted it to be very clear that Ecuador’s diplomatic mission was not being used in order to interfere in the U.S. electoral process.”
Facts about WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange
Mon, August 22, 2016
WikiLeaks Founder, Julian Assange has led a very interesting and controversial life which has been at the centre of global debate
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It is believed that Julian Assange chooses to live in Sweden because the country's media laws are among the world's most protective for journalists
While Mr Assange has complained for years about being stuck indoors he has sparked interest with occasional visits from celebrities.
Over the years he's had food delivered from former Baywatch actress Pamela Anderson, had a visit from designer Vivienne Westwood and drunk tea with singer Lady Gaga and done a work out with footballer Eric Cantona.
He also has company in the form of a tie-wearing cat named James.