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Indigenous Responses to Ecuador’s Fuel Subsidy Changes: Past Protests and Present Dynamics

Published on June 24, 2024
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn During the governments of Lenín Moreno and Guillermo Lasso, the indigenous movement carried out violent protests resulting in deaths and economic losses. The government of Daniel Noboa announced a $0.26 increase in the price of a gallon of extra and Ecopaís gasoline, along with a price adjustment based on a band […]

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