Ecuador has been Latin America’s most unstable democracy for a decade. Starting with the ousting of President Abdalá Bucaram by Congress and street protests in 1997, weak, temporary governments have been the rule.
01 June 2014
On 24 May President Correa announced that he was backing a constitutional amendment which would allow him and other state representatives to run for re-election indefinitely.
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