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Ecuador: Overcoming Instability?

Latin America Report N°22, 7 August 2007

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.

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Ecuador: Overcoming Instability?, Latin America Report N°22, 7 Aug 2007

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.

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