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Ecuadoreans March Against Political Persecution, Neoliberal Reforms

On Thursday thousands of Ecuadoreans marched in Quito to protest against the political persecution of former president Rafael Correa and the current government's "betrayal" of the political platform that gave him the 2017 presidential victory.  
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Lenin Moreno
Lenin Moreno's government promoted a law that establishes tax breaks for businesses and foreign investors, and fiscal austerity that threatens social services. Photo:@PaolaPabonC
“Forbidden to turn right. Don’t screw your country!” Most recently, Moreno has turned his back on Unasur and its project for sovereign regional integration.
“Forbidden to turn right. Don’t screw your country!” Most recently, Moreno has turned his back on Unasur and its project for sovereign regional integration. Photo:Moises Vargas / teleSUR
“Against inequality as a national project. No #Trole3 #BITs #FTA.” Many reject the president’s urge to sign a trade agreement with the U.S.
“Against inequality as a national project. No #Trole3 #BITs #FTA.” Many reject the president’s urge to sign a trade agreement with the U.S. Photo:@tania_hermida
Protesters reject a court order for preventive prison against Correa arguing there is no proof of his involvement in an alleged kidnapping attempt in 2012.
Protesters reject a court order for preventive prison against Correa arguing there is no proof of his involvement in an alleged kidnapping attempt in 2012. Photo:Raul Fernando / teleSUR
“Get out delinquents disguised as leaders who forgive the wealthy’s debt and strangle the people.”
“Get out delinquents disguised as leaders who forgive the wealthy’s debt and strangle the people.” Photo:Valerie Carmel/teleSUR
"Press. You will not deceive us again, TODAY you occupy power with political hate to quench your thirst for revenge."
"Press. You will not deceive us again, TODAY you occupy power with political hate to quench your thirst for revenge." Photo:Moises Vargas/teleSUR
A small group of protesters attempted to bypass a police blockade that kept them from reaching Carondelet, Ecuador
A small group of protesters attempted to bypass a police blockade that kept them from reaching Carondelet, Ecuador's presidential palace. Photo:EFE
10 people were detained before and during the protest.
10 people were detained before and during the protest. Photo:Ivan Castaneira / teleSUR
Published 6 July 2018
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