Rafael Correa

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¡Populista! review: Chávez, Castro and Latin America's 'pink wave' leaders
BBC reporter Will Grant has produced an excellent look at the group of strongmen who came from left field

Carrie Gibson

09, Jan, 2021 @6:00 AM

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Revealed: populist leaders linked to reduced inequality
Populists on left and right have closed gap between rich and poor - but also eroded freedoms

Paul Lewis, Seán Clarke and Caelainn Barr

07, Mar, 2019 @2:00 PM

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A visual guide to Ecuador's Julian Assange spy operation
The Ecuadorian government has spent millions of dollars on surveillance of the WikiLeaks founder at its London embassy

Luke Harding, Dan Collyns, Niko Kommenda, Josh Holder and Cath Levett

16, May, 2018 @11:57 AM

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Why does Ecuador want Assange out of its London embassy?
The Ecuadorian president is losing patience with the WikiLeaks founder, whom he calls his ‘inherited problem’

Dan Collyns

15, May, 2018 @4:00 PM

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How Julian Assange became an unwelcome guest in Ecuador's embassy
He has been in the Knightsbridge building for six years, but his departure looks ever more likely

Luke Harding, Stephanie Kirchgaessner and Dan Collyns

15, May, 2018 @4:00 PM

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Revealed: Ecuador spent millions on spy operation for Julian Assange
Files show at least $5m went on activities including spying on guests at London embassy

Dan Collyns, Stephanie Kirchgaessner Luke Harding Fernando Villavicencio and Cristina Solórzano

15, May, 2018 @4:00 PM

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Ecuador referendum could buck South America trend by banning re-election
Polls suggest Ecuadorians will vote on Sunday to prevent ex-president Rafael Correa from returning to power, bucking a regional trend

Dan Collyns

02, Feb, 2018 @9:00 AM

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Ecuador election: Lenín Moreno headed for victory amid opposition fraud claims
Leftwing candidate begins celebrations after presidential runoff with implications for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange

Dan Collyns in Quito and Jonathan Watts

03, Apr, 2017 @10:02 AM

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Ecuador election: Moreno facing runoff as 40% vote looks out of reach
With almost 90% of votes counted, candidate for incumbent party just short of 40% required for outright victory

Dan Collyns in Quito and Jonathan Watts

20, Feb, 2017 @12:15 PM

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Ecuador presidential election will show if continent's pink tide has truly turned
The country faces its first election in a decade without Rafael Correa but although the favourite, Lenín Moreno, is from the same party they are different characters

Jonathan Watts in Quito

15, Feb, 2017 @10:00 AM

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The right to protest in Ecuador is absolutely granted | Letter from Carlos Abad, Ecuador’s UK ambassador
Letters: The role of the police forces has been mainly to repel attacks and avoid confrontation, with unprecedented levels of tolerance

Letters

27, Aug, 2015 @4:29 PM

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Ecuador spied on Amazon oil plan opponents, leaked papers suggest
Government spies may have illegally targeted political and environmental opponents to president Rafael Correa’s plan to extract oil in Yasuni national park

John Vidal

03, Aug, 2015 @11:00 AM

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