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  1. We Will Not Dance on Our Grandfathers' Tombs: Indigenous Uprisings in Equador by Kintto Lucas, 2001-02-12

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4. Ecuador Government
Ecuador is a sovereign democratic republic. Ecuador Government is elected by popular, direct, and secret voting. Legislative power is vested in the unicameral National Chamber of

5. Ecuador - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Ecuador (pronounced /ˈɛkwədɔr/ ), officially Rep blica del Ecuador, pronounced reˈpuβlika el ekwaˈ or), which is normally translated as Republic of Ecuador and
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search "Equador" redirects here. For the city in Brazil, see Equador, Rio Grande do Norte Republic of Ecuador República del Ecuador (Spanish) Flag Coat of arms Motto "Dios, patria y libertad" (Spanish)
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PPP Total $114.827 billion Per capita GDP (nominal) Total $61.958 billion Per capita Gini medium HDI high Currency U.S. dollar USD Time zone ... Drives on the right EC Internet TLD .ec Calling code ... Quechua and other Amerindian languages spoken by indigenous communities. Sucre until 2000, followed by the U.S. dollar and Ecuadorian centavo coins Ecuador (pronounced /ˈɛkwədɔr/ listen ), officially the Republic of Ecuador Spanish República del Ecuador [reˈpuβlika ðel ekwaˈðor] , which literally translates to the Republic of the Equator ) is a representative democratic republic in South America , bordered by Colombia on the north

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7. Ecuador Government Information
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GOVERNMENT The 2008 constitution provides for 4-year terms of office for the president, vice president, and members of the National Assembly. Presidents may be consecutively re-elected for an additional term. The executive branch currently includes 28 ministries, (including coordinating ministries with inter-governmental responsibility). Provincial leaders (called prefects) and councilors, like mayors, city councilors, and rural parish boards, are directly elected. A newly elected National Assembly will replace the interim Legislative Commission after the April 2009 elections. Justices of the National Court of Justice will be selected by a Judicial Council through a merit-based process to a nine-year term with no immediate reappointment. A special committee, composed of members selected by all branches of government, will appoint the members of the Constitutional Court to serve a nine-year term, with no reappointment. POLITICAL CONDITIONS Ecuador's political parties have historically been small, loose organizations that depend more on populist, often charismatic, leaders to retain support than on programs or ideology. Frequent internal splits have produced great factionalism. No party has won the presidency for two consecutive terms since the return to civilian government in 1979.
Beginning with the 1996 election, the indigenous population abandoned its traditional policy of shunning the official political system and participated actively. The indigenous population established itself as a force in Ecuadorian politics, and participated in the Gutierrez administration before joining the opposition.

8. UDPATE: Ecuador Government: America Movil Unit May Lose License
Mexican telecommunications company America Movil has 30 days to fix problems with the network of its local operator in Ecuador, or the Ecuadorean government will cancel its
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    (Updates with comments from government official) QUITO -(Dow Jones)- Mexican telecommunications company America Movil has 30 days to fix problems with the network of its local operator in Ecuador, or the Ecuadorean government will cancel its operating license, the country's telecommunications regulator said Monday. "We have started the process of termination of contract; according to the law the company has 30 days to fix the problems or if it doesn't the contract will be terminated," said Paul Rojas, Ecuador's telecommunications superintendent, during a press conference. "If it fixes (the problems) we will all have won with an improved quality of service, Rojas said. America Movil's local unit, Porta Celular, had service problems on Sept. 25 which left some customers without service for around six hours, while the total outages were for more than 19 hours across the country, the superintendency said. According to Rojas, it was the fourth time that Porta Celular had problems. The main group of customers affected use pre-paid plans, which account for about 90% of the firm's customers.

9. Ecuador: Government —
Encyclopedia — Ecuador Government. Ecuador is governed under the constitution of 1998. The executive branch is headed by the president, who is elected for a fouryear term; the

10. Ecuador Government May Acquire Noble Energy Plant | Energy | - Houston
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Share Email Close [X] Ecuador said it may buy a power plant from a unit of the U.S.'s Noble Energy Inc. as the government broadens state control of domestic energy production. The government is in talks to acquire the natural gas- powered Machala plant on the nation's Pacific coast, said Galo Borja, minister of strategic industries coordination. He declined to discuss financial terms of a possible transaction. President Rafael Correa is tightening state control over the nation's oil, natural gas and electricity production since taking office in 2007. Last month, the government said it began the process to cancel the natural-gas exploration and production contract belonging to Noble Energy's EDC Ecuador Ltd. unit. Gas from Noble's field supplies Machala. The plant, which began production in 2002, is one of the nation's lowest-cost producers, according to Houston-based Noble's Web site. The government may more than triple Machala's generating capacity, Borja said.

11. Ecuador - Government And Politics
Ecuador Table of Contents. ONE OF THE LEAST POLITICALLY stable of the South American republics for most of its history, Ecuador had 86 governments and 17 constitutions
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Ecuador Table of Contents ONE OF THE LEAST POLITICALLY stable of the South American republics for most of its history, Ecuador had 86 governments and 17 constitutions in its first 159 years of independence. Only twenty of those governments resulted from popular elections, and many of the elections were fraudulent. Jos Mara Velasco Ibarra, who completed only one of his five terms as president, often stated, "Ecuador is a very difficult country to govern." Ecuador had four successive democratic elections from 1948 to 1960, but the country did not experience relative political stability under democratic rule again until the 1980s. Seven years of military dictatorship ended with the presidential inauguration of Jaime Rolds Aguilera on August 10, 1979. After Rolds died in an airplane crash on May 24, 1981, Vice President Osvaldo Hurtado Larrea assumed the presidency. The completion of the Hurtado/Rolds administration and the constitutional and orderly transfer of powerthe first such transfer in twenty-four yearsto conservative Len Febres Cordero Ribadeneyra (1984-88) in August 1984 seemed to affirm the restoration of democracy in Ecuador. Nevertheless, as Rolds himself had cautioned shortly before taking office, the nation had only a formalistic and ritualistic democratic tradition. Indeed, Ecuador has been shaken periodically since 1984 by bitter conflicts between the executive branch on the one side and the unicameral legislature and the judiciary on the other. These clashes were particularly pronounced during Febres Cordero's polemical administration. His authoritarian rule also provoked military mutinies and even his brief abduction by rebellious troops. Although battered, Ecuador's democratic system survived, and Febres Cordero transferred power to his long-time rival, Rodrigo Borja Cevallos, in August 1988. Whereas Febres Cordero, a millionaire businessman from Guayaquil, had advocated a free-market economy, strong executive control, and close alignment with the United States, Borja, a social democrat from

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Related articles The Ecuadoran government has called on the international community and the Colombian government to help support the increasing number of Colombian refugees entering Ecuador to flee the violence in their homeland. In a joint meeting, President Lucio Gutiuerrez of Ecuador and President Alvaro Uribe of Colombia signed a pact to regularize the status of hundreds of thousands of Colombian immigrants to Ecuador, conduct a census of them, and share responsibility for their well-being. Ecuador desperate for greater resources for Colombian refugees Currently, an estimated 300,000 refugees live in Ecuador, with that number going up sharply with increased conflict in regions where the Colombian government is fighting guerrilla and paramilitary groups. Backed by US financial and political support, President Uribe has aggressively expanded the war on guerrilla groups and paramilitaries in Colombia (see NotiSur, 2004-08-13, 2004-04-02), with the resultant conflict driving more and more Colombian citizens from their homes. Approximately two million Colombians have been displaced, with hundreds of thousands fleeing across the Ecuadoran border, many of them illegally.

13. Ecuador Government | GlobalEDGE
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GDP (ppp) per CAPITA
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PRINCIPAL GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS Chief of State: President Rafael Correa Delgado Head of Government: President Rafael Correa Delgado POLITICAL CONDITIONS
Ecuador always has placed great emphasis on multilateral approaches to international problems. Ecuador is a member of the United Nations (and most of its specialized agencies), the Organization of American States, and many regional groups, including the Rio Group, the Latin American Energy Organization, the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR), and the Community of Andean Nations. In August 2009, Ecuador assumed the one-year rotational presidency of UNASUR. Under the Correa administration, Ecuador has increased its efforts to strengthen and diversify its political and economic ties with countries within Latin American, Europe, and Asia. In Latin America, President Correa has traveled to Peru, Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Panama, Uruguay, Haiti, and Cuba, for example, where his government has signed agreements to promote economic cooperation. Similarly, outside the region, Correa has visited Spain, Italy, France, China, Iran, and Russia, among other countries.

14. Ecuador Government Web Site Attack | ESET ThreatBlog
A situation has arisen in a governmental site in Ecuador. Taking advantage of a vulnerability on the server where the Web site is hosted, the attackers succeeded in accessing the
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Home Threat Blog Ecuador Government Web Site Attack by David Harley June 8, 2010 at 11:13 am Jorge Mieres posted this blog on the ESET Latin America web site at Criminal activity that exploits web sites is commonplace these days; nevertheless, when the affected Web site belongs to a governmental organization, the event takes on more relevance and impact, and reinforces the need to maintain strong and positive controls in order to keep data safe. A while ago we posted an alert pertaining to a phishing attack that deposited fraudulent files on a site relating to a governmental organization in Colombia. Of course we advised the people in charge of the site of the need to take action against the threat. In this instance, a similar situation has arisen in a governmental site in Ecuador. Taking advantage of a vulnerability on the server where the Web site is hosted, the attackers succeeded in accessing the system remotely. Here is a screenshot with the files uploaded by the attacker: The attackers belong to a group called the Hacker-Newbie Crew that dedicates itself to gaining unauthorized access by exploiting vulnerabilities in the server, and specialize in web defacement.

15. Ecuador Government - Flags, Maps, Economy, Government, Climate, Natural Resource
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16. Ecuador: Government Shuts Down Ascendant Copper’s Junín Project | MiningWatch
(Ottawa/Intag) Canadian junior mining company Ascendant Copper Corporation ’s ambitions to develop a major copper mine in the Intag region of northwestern Ecuador were

17. Ecuador - GOVERNMENT
Ecuador Government and Politics. ONE OF THE LEAST POLITICALLY stable of the South American republics for most of its history, Ecuador had 86 governments and 17

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Ecuador's Energy Mines Ministry appointed former PetroEcuador President Luis Roman to return to the post.

19. Ecuador Government Type - Government
Facts and statistics about the Government type of Ecuador. Updated as of 2010.
Ecuador Government type
Ecuador Government Government type: republic Definition: This entry gives the basic form of government. Definitions of the major governmental terms are as follows. (Note that for some countries more than one definition applies.):
Absolute monarchy - a form of government where the monarch rules unhindered, i.e., without any laws, constitution, or legally organized oposition.
Anarchy - a condition of lawlessness or political disorder brought about by the absence of governmental authority.
Authoritarian - a form of government in which state authority is imposed onto many aspects of citizens' lives.
Commonwealth - a nation, state, or other political entity founded on law and united by a compact of the people for the common good.
Communist - a system of government in which the state plans and controls the economy and a single - often authoritarian - party holds power; state controls are imposed with the elimination of private ownership of property or capital while claiming to make progress toward a higher social order in which all goods are equally shared by the people (i.e., a classless society).
Confederacy (Confederation) - a union by compact or treaty between states, provinces, or territories, that creates a central government with limited powers; the constituent entities retain supreme authority over all matters except those delegated to the central government.

20. Ecuador Government Sees Public Investments Of $5.88 Billion For
Tuesday, January 19, 2010 Ecuador Government Sees Public Investments Of $5.88 Billion For 2010
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