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· July, 2008

Stories about Ecuador from July, 2008

28 July 2008

Ecuador: New Constitution Ready For Vote in Referendum

A draft proposal for the new Constitution in Ecuador is ready for approval by a nationwide referendum to be held in September. However, reports of a Constituent Assembly under pressure,...

21 July 2008

Ecuador: Interest in Literature Continues

The ExpoLibro 2008 (Guayaquil Book Fair) recently came to a close, which according to organizers, drew hundreds of thousands of visitors with more than 210 stands. This proves that the...

11 July 2008

Japan: View from Ecuador on WaiWai “Child Hunt”

WaiWai was a column in Japan's fourth largest newspaper Mainichi, published for years in the English version of their website and featuring some of the most scandalous (and mostly fabricated)...

Ecuador: Book Fair in Guayaquil

9 July 2008

Ecuador: Government Seizes Companies for Debt Collection

The Ecuadoran government seized hundreds of businesses, including three television channels. Much of the media focuses on the fact that that television stations were targeted, however, the government says that...

4 July 2008

Americas: Region Celebrates Rescue of Betancourt and Other Hostages

The entire Latin American region celebrated with the people of Colombia upon hearing the news that ex-Presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt and 14 other hostages were rescued. In the operation named...

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