"An interview with Ecuador President Rafael Correa is presented. When asked on the changes he will make in the country, he says that the government will put Ecuador on the permanent path to become an inclusionary society with less poverty. He believes that the development of new and equitable rules and democratic decisions is necessary to achieve previsibilidad in the country. He notes that the U.S. should respect the autonomy and sovereignty of the countries in Latin America."
"An interview with Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa is presented. Correa describes his personal and political formation. He also discusses his reasons for Correa's presidency in 2006. He explains that the decision not to participate in the Organization of American States is due to exclusion of Cuba to the Summit of the Americas because there is no democracy there."
"An interview with Mayor Ramiro Trujillo of the county of Chillanes in Ecuador is presented. He discusses the absence of a Citizen Participation Record required by the National Advisory Board on Electricity (CONELEC). He explains the cases for terrorism and sabotage made up by the Ecuadorian government against him. He reflects on the future unlimited access to water by the Hidrotambo due to water concessions without expiration dates."
"The article presents an interview with Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa. Correa said that what the world has undergone in recent decades is a result of capitalism. When asked about Ecuador joining the Bolivarian Alliance for the Americas, he said that they coincide on many points of view. When asked about throwing out U.S. diplomat Armando Astorga from Ecuador, he said that the U.S. Embassy kept funding certain police and intelligence units."
"Presents interviews with Shuar medicine men, Marcello Chiriap and Anank Nunink from Ecuador, regarding Shuar culture. Purpose of coming to America; Comments on Tshuin and Uwishin traditions; Recognition of a yerush; Ancient calendar mappings and relevance to aborigine's lives; Reverence for women."
Book Sources: Ecuador
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