Stories about Ecuador from November, 2007
Ultimas Noticias [es] is a new collaborative news site that seeks to attract participation from citizen journalists in Ecuador.
¡¡¡Cambiemos Ecuador!!! [es] writes about a proposal to convert the airport in Manta as an important transportation hub for travelers arriving to and from China.
Quito, La Carolina writes about the upcoming Constituent Assembly and the possible areas of disagreement between prospective Assembly president Alberto Acosta and Ecuadoran president Rafael Correa, who may be “actually more conservative in his political thinking than he lets on.”
Christian Espinosa of Cobertura Digital [es] writes about the announcement that the 130 delegates to the Constituent Assembly in Ecuador will each have their own blog to update the public on their proposals.
Cronica Cero [ES] comments on a recent survey that found Ecuadoran President Rafael Correa to be the most popular in all of Latin America with a favorable rating of 72%
The city of Loja, Ecuador has begun the “Fiestas Novembrinas” festivities. Loja blog [ES] provides information on the schedule of events.
Wherever you click in the Russian blogosphere these days, you always seem to end up reading posts on nationalism, ethnicity, xenophobia, ethnic violence and other related subjects. In October, apart from discussing the famous DNA scientist's race comments and the U.S. president's DNA comments, Russian bloggers dealt with at least two xenophobic attacks - one that took place in Spain, and the other one domestic.
Cronica Cero [ES] has the latest photos of the new bus terminal in Guayaquil, Ecuador.