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Ecuador's Election Could Have Lasting Consequences / Mark Weisbrot

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The experience of other countries has shown that the kind of governance that has been developing in Ecuador over the past six years — an amalgamation of oligarchs, organized crime and violence, corruption and lack of accountability — can be extremely difficult to reform when it becomes entrenched. Sunday’s election could have a profound and possibly lasting impact on the country’s future.

Center for Economic and Policy Research's Mark Weisbrot on his article, "Ecuador’s Election Could Have Lasting Consequences," which was originally posted at Common Dreams.

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Mark Weisbrot

Mark Weisbrot is co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research.


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