Correa Says Ecuador is Not a Polarized Country

1 Quito, Jan 2 . -President Rafael Correa said that Ecuador is experiencing a period of institutional consolidation of democracy and denied that the country is completely polarized between supporters and opponents of the government.Those who do not agree with the government are certain media and economic powers, said Correa in an interview with the newspaper El Comercio, and he

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Correa Proposes ECLAC Changes in Inter-American System

1 Quito, Nov 11. – President Rafael Correa announced he will take to the Summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (ECLAC), to be created in December in Venezuela, a proposal to make changes in the Inter-American System. The Organization of American States (OAS) has a clear bias towards Washingtonâ�Ös institutionality, saying the U. S. presence and

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Correa Presides over Expanded Cabinet Meeting

5 Quito, Jul 14. -President Rafael Correa on Thursday will preside over his first expanded cabinet meeting, which will include representatives of 21 social organizations that supported the reforms approved by a referendum in May.Those organizations intend to participate directly in the process the State is carrying out to reform its structures and create the public policies of the Citizen's

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Five Superhighways in Ecuador for 2014

0 Quito, Jan 31. – The Ecuadoran government expects to complete at least five superhighways by 2014 with an investment of five billion USD, President Rafael Correa announced. Studies to build these highways will begin this year, because it is time Ecuador enters the twenty-first century in terms of highways, the president said in his regular Saturday report, this time

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Ecuador Investigates Conspiracy Behind Coup Attempt

1 Quito, Oct 5. -The Ecuadorian government announced legal proceedings were being conducted against those responsible for attempting to carry out a coup and kill President Rafael Correa, Interior Minister Gustavo Jalkh informed. Evidence in the case was obtained via a regular investigative process and includes intercepted radio messages which point to a plot that was planned and organized by

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UNASUR Asks FMs to Go to Quito, Support Correa

1 Buenos Aires, Oct 2. -An emergency meeting of the Union of South American Nations on Friday decided for the foreign ministers of its member countries to travel to Quito to express their "full support" for President Rafael Correa. The UNASUR meeting passed a resolution expressing its firm condemnation of the attempted coup and kidnapping of Correa carried out in

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