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Right-Wing Attack on Ecuador's Democracy | In Depth | teleSUR English


Right-Wing Attack on Ecuador's Democracy | In Depth | teleSUR English: In an effort to promote dialogue, President Correa opted to temporarily withdraw the bills and lead a conversation in the country around equity, wealth redistribution, and other mechanisms to address inequality.

However, the right-wing protests have taken a distinctly political tone with major opposition politicians making a deliberate attempt to be the face of these protests.

In a worrisome turn, many protestors are also openly calling for the ousting of the democratically-elected government of President Correa, who was elected in a landslide victory in 2013 with 57 percent of the vote.

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