The Cubanization of Ecuador
We have all seen the Cubanization of Venezuela taking place before our eyes as the Castro dictatorship completely dismantles what little is left of freedom and democracy in their newest colony. However, Venezuela is not the only country in South America that is being Cubanized. For years now, since dictator Rafael Correa took power in Ecuador, the Castro dictatorship has been slowly but surely wrapping its tentacles around this resource-rich nation. Speech and press freedoms in Ecuador are basically gone, and as the Cubanization of this country moves forward, dictator Correa is preparing to become governor-for-life of what looks to be the newest colonial annexation by the Castro regime.
National Electoral Council Exchanges Experiences with Cuba
Domingo Paredes, president of the National Electoral Council, has met with Alina Balseiro Gutierrez, the president of Cuba's National Electoral Commission in Havana, Cuba this past October 25th. According to Paredes, the meeting was to "exchange experiences, learn, and understand the nature and the logic behind each country's electoral system."
The president of the Ecuadorian electoral council stated that "in Ecuador, we have much to learn from Cuba in regards to building a direct democracy, in building a system with direct participation by the citizens in the public arena. This is the first step towards a cooperation we consider very important for the future, very magnificent for the country -- for its democracy and for its people."
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