Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa flanked by Bolivia's President Evo Morales (left) and Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro (photo: dpa)

Rafael Correa seeks constitutional change to protect his Ecuador ‘revolution’

Ecuador’s President, Rafael Correa, is seeking a fourth term in office in 2017 to protect his ‘Citizens’ Revolution’, writes GIS guest author and Andes specialist, Dr Catherine Conaghan of Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. He has introduced controversial regulations for the media and civil organisations, and authorised major changes in the running of his country’s financial system. Conflicts with international oil and mining companies may reduce his aggressive public spending, but he has a habit of getting what he wants.

RAFAEL Correa and his PAIS party have grown accustomed to cele...

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Dr. Catherine Conaghan
The government pledges that all electronic money will be backed by liquid reserves of equivalent amounts and that the currency will not be used to pay government employees or social assistance beneficiaries
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