After just one year in office, Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno has replaced more than 50 percent of his cabinet. Ecuador’s President Lenin Moreno appointed several new ministers in a cabinet reshuffle on Wednesday, making it the executive’s second major ministerial change so far this year. Moreno, who will complete one year in office next week, swore in several new ministers and a new secretary of government planning and development at the Government Palace. The president tweeted: “Today we appoint new ministers with whom we’ll continue to work with for a peaceful, inclusive and supportive country. Infinite thanks to those who…
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