Former Ecuador President Correa says party will back security reforms, otherwise oppose Noboa

Venezuelans participate in an Anti-imperialist Tribune, in Caracas

QUITO (Reuters) - Ecuador's former President Rafael Correa said on Monday his party, which is now in opposition, will support security measures widely backed by voters in a weekend referendum but will otherwise oppose President Daniel Noboa in the legislature.

Noboa, who initially enjoyed a wide legislative coalition, won support for joint police-military patrols, the extradition of wanted criminals and longer sentences for terrorism and murder, among other measures, in the Sunday referendum.

(Reporting by Alexandra Valencia; Writing by Julia Symmes Cobb)