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  1. We Will Not Dance on Our Grandfathers' Tombs: Indigenous Uprisings in Equador by Kintto Lucas, 2001-02-12

61. Programa Sociedade Da Informação
Translate this page equador, Sally Burch, Agencia Latinoamericana de Información - ALAI, DirectoraEjecutiva. A Hewitt, government of Jamaica, Director, Central IT Office (CITO).
Lista de Participantes
País Nombre Cargo Argentina Carlos Franciso Frank Proyecto Retina Relaciones Institucionales Argentina Guillermo Hernan Cicileo RETINA Jefe Tecnico Argentina Maria de las Mercedes Velázquez Secretaría de Comunicaciones/ Programa Sociedad de la Informacion Asesora Legal Argentina Mario Albornoz RICYT Coordinador Internacional Argentina Oscar A. Messano CABASE Vice-Presidente Argentina Susana Finquelievich Universidad de Buenos Aires Investigador / Secretaria de Investigación Bolívia Clifford Paravicini Hurtado BolNet - Red Boliviana de Comunicación de Datos Director Ejecutivo Bolívia Victor van Oeyen ERBOL-ALER Responsable de Investigación Brasil Armando Almirante Frid PRODERJ Brasil Carlos Alberto Afonso RITS Diretor de Desenvolvimento Brasil Carlos Alberto Jacques de Castro PROCERGS - Cia. de Processamento de Dados do Estado do RGS

62. The Village Of Lebak
regional governments be involved, but also the national government, the electricity Infact, countries like equador, Senegal and India receive yearly around
Sinar Surya:
Solar Energy in Indonesia
The Village of Lebak
Solar Electricity: Perpetuum Mobile of the 21st century?
During the last few years several hundred projects have been initiated to introduce solar (photovoltaic) electricity in developing countries. Not all have been too successful. However, in the Lebak district of Indonesia, a recently installed solar electricity project has proved very successful and represents the largest project ever of its kind. P. HOEKE describes how the project was achieved, the experiences of the villagers and the applicability of this kind of project to other developing countries.
Lebak on the Map
Solar powered street-light at a boat station in Lebak, Indonesia
Custom made Electricity
Every Solar Home System consists of one solar module of 45 Watt peak. If the need arises for larger amounts of electricity in the future, an additional module can be installed without any problem. The system also comprises an electricity controller. a battery with a capacity of 70 Ah, a construction to support the module, wires, and three 6 W TL-lamps. The voltage at which the system is operating is 12 V.
Representation of the Solar Home System's electrical generation, storage, and possible appliance connections

63. :: SEAGA ::
equador. conducted in the Mtwara and Lindi regions of southern Tanzania held overa four week period late last year with the Finnish government funded Rural
SEAGAbytes, No. 6
Posted May 1999 also in Italian 1999 is proving to be a busy year for the SEAGA programme with many training workshops planned in Africa and Europe, as well as activities in Latin America.
Preliminary contacts were established with the "Escuela de Gestión para el Desarrollo Local Sostenible" from the Facultad de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales of the Universidad Politécnica Salesiana based in Quito to assist them in the design of their postgraduate programme on Applied Anthropology.
Spain - October/November 1998
Spain - June 1999
A further SEAGA training will be held in Malaga, Spain from 31 May - 11 June 1999. The Workshop has been organized by the FAO Regional Office for Europe (REU) and SDWW in collaboration with the Consejeria de Agricultura y Pesca de Andalucia, Spain. The main objective of this Workshop is to build national capacity among participants from the European Region in the Socioeconomic and Gender Analysis (SEAGA) with a view to future dissemination by:
  • providing participants with a sound background on the SEAGA methodology, and strengthening skills needed for socioeconomic and gender analysis in a learning environment;
  • 64. [FLORESTA-L] Fw: Posto De Trabalho Na UICN, Equador
    e' de dois anos eo local de trabalho e' em Quito, no equador. in 1948, IUCN TheWorld Conservation Union brings together States, government agencies and a
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    • Date : Sat, 19 Sep 1998 22:22:11 +0300 From Subject : [FLORESTA-L] Fw: Posto de Trabalho na UICN, Equador
    ********************* Message from InterScan No virus found in Vacante Coordinador Bosques.(9-98).doc No virus found in Forest 1.doc ********************* End of InterScan message Amigos e amigas da rede, A UICN (Organziacao Mundial para a Natureza), uma Uniao internacional de ONG's e organismos governamentais interessados em conservacao e uso sustentavel de recursos naturais, esta' recrutando um(a) coordenador(a) para conservacao de florestas na America do Sul. O contrato inicial e' de dois anos e o local de trabalho e' em Quito, no Equador. Os termos de referencia estao em anexo. Candidato(a)s brasileiro(a)s qualificado(a)s sao particularmente bem vindos. Interessados enviar CV para Regional Representative Unión Mundial para la Naturaleza Oficina Regional para América del Sur PO Box 17-17-626 Quito - Ecuador E-mail: Fax: ++ 593 2 466624 Cumprimentos Eduardo E. Mansur FAO P.O.Box 1928 Maputo - Mozambique FAX +258 1 460060 e-mail: Vacante Coordinador Bosques.(9-98) (Microsoft Word Document)

    65. Foei Press Release
    protesters occupy imf offices in quito, equador. The IMFimposed policies, carriedout by the Ecuadorian government in exchange for more loans, have resulted
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    protesters occupy imf offices in quito, equador
    As part of a protest movement that has brought Ecuador to a virtual standstill, a growing number of activists from environmental and human rights organizations have occupied the offices of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Quito to protest the IMF's role in Ecuador's current social crisis. "We want to expose the real culprits," says Ivonne Yanez, one of the women occupying the IMF offices. "The IMF-imposed policies, carried out by the Ecuadorian government in exchange for more loans, have resulted in more than 50% of Ecuador's national budget going to pay off the foreign debt, have burdened the country with the highest rate of inflation in Latin America, the highest levels of corruption, the most advanced rates of deforestation and environmental degradation, and the worst example of maldistribution of wealth on the continent."

    equador, Quito, Diverse tactics of people struggle Date Fri, 24 Aug 2001 tacticssuch as blockading roads and marching in front of government buildings, in
    Equador, Quito, Diverse tactics of people struggle Date Fri, 24 Aug 2001 A - I N F O S N E W S S E R V I C E >From IMC Weekly Print - Ecuadorian general strike against repression by Global IMC On August 8 and 9, Ecuadorians converged on key cities, the capital Quito, the port of Guayaquil, and Esmeraldas in the west, using diverse tactics such as blockading roads and marching in front of government buildings, in order to voice their opposition to Noboa regime policies. Activists expressed opposition to the government's: IMF-backed structural adjustment policies; bailout of the corrupt banking sector; privatization of the electricity sector; "restructuring" of the social security system; building of a new oil pipeline despite the opposition of local communities and environmentalists; impoverishment of the population; cooperation with the US-backed "Plan Colombia"; dollarisation of the Ecuadorian economy; neglect of native peoples; and, the US military presence in Manta. The mass-mobilization followed weeks of civil disobedience actions, protest marches, and work stoppages across this small Andean country of 13-million people during which doctors, teachers, farmers, natives, environmentalists, leftists, labour unions, students, women, the retired, the poor and the oppressed sectors of the country marched to press their demands against the government. On July 28, as police attempted to disperse a doctor's march, security forces fired tear-gas near a hospital maternity ward which resulted in the deaths of 2 infants. In February, four unarmed native protesters were gunned down while staging a roadblock during a nation-wide mobilization aimed at bringing down prices for fuel and transportation. Ecuadorians will continue their opposition with a National People's Assembly of Ecuador on August 18, 2001 in Quito. Protecting the rich from justice eyewitness account and editorial by Kole for IMC-Global (GUAYAQUIL) - While the specter of army and "security" forces in the streets of a Latin America city like Ecuador's Guayaquil might seem cliche, the use of armed guards to protect downtown businesses is another matter. What was most shocking were the smartly dressed men in Burger King, KFC, and Kodak uniforms standing in front of these symbols of global corporate greed, with their company logos firmly embedded on their caps and guns strapped to their waists. Yes, this is the Wild West of Capitalism in the 21st century, as banks and corporations throughout the global south find it necessary to "defend" themselves from the "unwashed masses" by armed force. While poor barrios lack the basic necessities of life, while 70% of Ecuadorians live in abject poverty, the government is spending money (ie, allocating resources) according to the dictates of the IMF and the US government. As a result, government funds are channeled into salvaging a corrupt banking sector and towards beefing up the country's security forces. In a society as polarized as Ecuador's, it is not difficult to recognize the classic guns-and-butter trade-off decisions of the Noboa government, services vs resources, in favor of protecting profit and extraction of resources over providing access to basic services. How many tankers of fresh water could be bought for the price of that one machine gun being wielded by the gray-camouflage-clad Special Operations Group (Grupo de Operaciones Especiales, GOE) officer guarding the Central Bank? How many low cost houses could be built for the one armored car used to put down the peaceful demonstration in front of the provincial government building of Guayas? Of course, the rich and powerful can never spend enough money suppressing the legitimate grievances of the poor and oppressed, to protect their own interests. To this end the armed guards in front of Burger King and KFC in Guayaquil are only a small symbol of the extent to which the neoliberal system will impose on the rest of the globe its politics of starvation in the pursuit of profit. But then again, if the money spent by the neoliberal elite on armed guards were instead redirected towards education, social programs, health care, and the strengthening of genuine people's organizations, there would probably be no more Burger Kings to defend! Organizing the barrios: A model for the developing world by Kole, Global IMC (GUAYAQUIL) - In major cities across Ecuador, such as Guayaquil, Esmereldas and Quito, the urban poor are often self-organized in barrio committees to better press their demands for greater rights. The problem of urban poverty throughout the global South has been growing ever since uneven development strategies and the implementation of Green Revolution technologies displaced many farmers in the 1960s and 1970s. The problem is further exacerbated by growing disparities in development between countries. For instance, in Ecuador, Guayaquil has quickly become the country's largest city as a result of its growth as a major port and financial center in the country's increasingly globalized economy. The results have been predictable: shanty-towns known as suburbios, or barrios, have rapidly grown around the outskirts of Ecuador's biggest city. Travelling with a CUBE activist, referred to here as G, I had the opportunity of visiting two Guayaquil barrios, Guasmo and Isla de la Trinidad. CUBE is a volunteer collective of barrio organizations organized by local peoples to press for greater rights. What I witnessed in Guasmo and Isla de la Trinidad can only be described as first rate examples of grassroots democracy in action. In both barrios, meetings were convened by the president of the barrio committee to discuss the day's events, people's needs, and how to go about meeting them. In Isla de la Trinidad, the committee also discussed the blockade they had organized to protest government policies, and how they would continue pressing the district prefect for access to potable water. At both meetings G, the CUBE activist who served as my guide, gave impassioned speeches on the importance of maintaining unity and drawing links between government corruption and the people's poverty. Not only was I witnessing an incredible example of self-organizing to better defend rights, I was also witnessing an incredible example of the activism of empowered women. In both barrios women were presidents of their respective committees, and the overwhelming majority of committee members at the meetings were women. The sad reality is that barrio women bear the hardest burden of Ecuador's impoverishment. In Guasmo, half the women belonging to the barrio committee were single mothers presiding over small shacks housing up to 17 children. The needs of these organizations are huge. In Isla de la Trinidad, the biggest problem is lack of potable water. The poor are forced to BUY their water from private companies at 57 cents a tanker, which is a prohibitively high price for families not ¨fortunate" enough to work on the docks at the nearby port, as informals working in the gray economy, or as maids for relatively better-off families. Access to schooling and health care facilities is deplorable, and the rates of infant mortality and illiteracy are the highest in the region. In Guasmo, I was told that there isn't a single thing that the barrio doesn't need: windows, roofs, and doors were missing from most houses. These facts are made even worse when one considers that in winter, rising water levels flood the barrio and spread unsanitary conditions. Even houses built by the government-funded MINDUVI project were more often than not incomplete. As the primary vehicle for channeling foreign aid to the poor, MINDUVI consumes considerable resources, yet only about 30% of this organization's funds actually make their way to benefiting Ecuador's poorest. The rest is appropriated by the Ministry of Social Wellbeing and its functionaries. A logical strategy for foreign governments would be to directly fund the barrio committees, but this would mean supporting groups that insist on actively promoting a cooperative and anti-establishmentarian mode of living, and that are far more loyal to radical anti-poverty groups like CUBE than to the government. Ecuador silences dissent By Kole, Global IMC Across Ecuador, a new government campaign has left its mark on the walls and hallways of government public offices. Posters for the new "The Law is the Law" campaign are popping up everywhere. This is essentially designed to place limitations on dissent, and to punish activists for various transgressions of "public order". For example the staging of road blockades can land a person in jail for three years, while the organization of land occupations (popular in rural areas to protest the plight of poor farmers) can result in six years of imprisonment. The posters list six offenses such as road blockades, land seizures, unauthorized protests, congregating in large groups, and other standard practices of dissent and democratic citizenship rights, which risk disproportionately large prison sentences. In a recent example, government security forces raided the university in Guayaquil after students clashed with police, entering classrooms and lecture halls to round up activists. In other parts of the country these powers were used to detain activists who had blockaded roads with trees and burning tires, a technique used here to disperse tear-gas. This Orwellian twist in the drama of the Ecuadorian people only indicates the true extent to which the government is desperate to crush broad-based opposition to its neoliberal policies. The fact that the OAS, or the Democratic Charter of the FTAA haven't been activated to condemn these decidedly anti-democratic practices is further proof of the hypocritical nature of these pan-American institutions. Ecuador Teachers Fight Privatization of Education By Kole, Global IMC Teachers of the Unión Nacional de Educadores (UNE) assembled in Guayaquil last week with national President Aracelly Moreno. The assembly called for coordinated actions of teachers throughout the country to work together with other popular sectors to stop the spate of privatizations in the country and the servile attitude of the government towards the dictates of the International Monetary Fund. In an impassioned speech to UNE activists, Ms. Moreno called on grassroots membership to prevent privatization of the last non-privatized education system in the whole of South America. Ecuador, she said, is the last bastion of accessible education in South America, and the Law Decree 200 that was fought for by teachers should be defended from neoliberal reforms at all costs. The assembly voted to extend the strike for an indefinite period, and to work more closely with other sectors - especially parents with whom the UNE is set to hold a national assembly for August 30 - in order to strengthen support for the UNE´s demands: 1) a halt to the government's plans to privatize education, 2) a salary and income increase for teachers so that they can meet the estimated cost of an average basket of goods, and 3) for the maintenance and improvement of access to education. Government response to these demands thus far has been to stone-wall UNE and to call instead for further dialogue. The teachers, for their part, have responded that they do not trust dialogue with the government, pointing to other groups who decided to talk to the government but where forced to return to the streets because they got nothing from those talks. The Assembly also called on UNE members to congregate on August 11 in Guayaquil at the grave of Rosita Perez, a teacher who was assassinated on August 11, 1973, by state security forces during similar anti-government protests by the teachers' union. "Her memory should serve as a reminder as to how far we are willing to go to secure free, public and accessible education for the children of Ecuador," concluded Ernesto Castillo, regional president of UNE. UNE President Moreno was arrested and imprisoned last year in a violent police raid on organization offices. - end

    67. The Tribune, Chandigarh, India - Sport
    Argentina down equador. come into force from the Toronto series between India andPakistan to be played in September, that is if the government gives permission
    Friday, July 21, 2000,
    Chandigarh, India
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    Argentina down Equador

    RIO DE JANEIRO, July 20 — Argentina made light of the absence of injured striker Gabriel Batistuornao beat Ecuador 2-0 and maintain their 100 per cent record in the World Cup qualifiers.
    Sri Lankan captain Sanath Jayasuriya sweeps the ball for four runs as South African wicket keeper Mark Boucher (R) and Darrel Cullinon look on during the first day of the first test cricket match between Sri Lanka and South Africa in Galle International cricket ground on Thursday. — AFP photo Jayasuriya puts Lanka on top
    GALLE (Sri Lanka), July 20 — Sri Lanka captain Sanath Jayasuriya hit an imperious century, his seventh in Test cricket, to lead his country to 341 for five on the first day of the first Test against South Africa today. Ranatunga announces retirement
    COLOMBO, July 20 — Sri Lanka former skipper Arjuna Ranatunga announced his retirement from international cricket today, four years after he led the island to win the World Cup.

    68. IWRAW-ShadowGuidelines
    to 25 July 2003 (Tentative date) New York, USA Albania, equador, France, Japan OURRIGHTS ARE NOT OPTIONAL! to encourage both NGOs and government agencies to

    CEDAW Current Members How Appointed Reporting Process Essential Elements of the State Party Report to CEDAW ... Presenting Shadow/Alternative Reports to CEDAW and influencing the reporting process Preparation Guidelines for Writing a Shadow/Alternative Report to CEDAW Providing inputs into the formulation of CEDAW's General Recommendations Influencing the composition of the CEDAW Committee Preparation Guidelines for Writing a Shadow/Alternative Report to CEDAW
    There are two main ways of doing this: by critiquing the Government Report by writing an NGO Shadow Report or by preparing an Alternative Report. WRITING A SHADOW REPORT
    Guidelines for a critical review of government/state party reports
    When you have access to your government/state party report to the CEDAW Committee, you can present a critique of this in the form of a Shadow Report. Below are areas or questions to consider when you write this Shadow Report.
    1. What is the context with respect to human rights and democracy in your country?

    69. The Book Of The Fair : Chapter The Seventh: The Government And Administration De
    his way home as best he could; but not at the expense of his government. the fatof the guacharo, serves as a palatable substitute to the native of equador.
    Chapter the Seventh: The Government and Administration Departments
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    " Unless it be for metaphysics and moral philosophy, perhaps the least progressive of all human sciences is the science of government. Just as we are today no nearer to a solution of the great questions with which Eliphaz the Temanite vexed the soul of the afflicted patriarch, so are we far from solving the political problems with which pericles wrestled, and which Plato and Aristotle attempted in vain to demonstrate. Among the modern autocracies of Europe we find no such administrative faculty as was displayed by Philip of Macedon; nor in the annals of the Athenian Republic do we find such crudities of legislation as those which deface our own, such abominations, for instance as the poll-tax, the tax on works of art and libraries, and other relics of a by-gone age. Within the six acres of space allotted to the government display it cannot be said that the authorities have failed to collect such a series of national exhibits as was contemplated in the organic act of the Exposition. In one of the sections of that act are thus outlined the scope and purpose of this department: "There shall be exhibited at said exposition by the government of the United States, from its executive departments, the Smithsonian Institution, the United States Fish Commission, and the National Museum, such articles and materials as illustrate the function and administrative faculty of the government in time of peace, and its resources as a war power, tending to demonstrate the nature of our institutions and their adaptation to the wants of the people." Add to this such accessories as the naval exhibit, the life-saving and signal service stations, the lighthouse, the hospitals, the weather bureau, all contained in separate buildings, and we have

    70. News Around The World
    QUITO, equador Feminist organizations in equador have set up tribunals operatingwithin the legal framework of the government which will investigate

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    EDMONTON National Post reports that [in 1998] the government paid out $100,000 to resolve 600 victim's claims. LifeSite Daily News BERLIN Over the last few years Russian police have found increasing numbers of murdered street children with their organs removed. The secret service documents note that a gang of doctors in Novosibirsk controlled a bank of frozen organs from children and young people, with false death certificates. LifeSite Daily News WASHINGTON American Life League Emergency Contraception by the Numbers , describes a mathematical analysis of the possibility of a woman getting pregnant from an act of sexual intercourse, and the probability of how EC acts. LifeSite Daily News A survey of women attending family planning clinics in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Edinburgh, and Cape Town indicated women are very interested in taking a once-a-month oral contraceptive pill. Notably, most women preferred a pill which prevented ovulation over a pill which would prevent implantation. The survey results would seem to indicate that most women understand the second method as comparable to abortion.

    71. Term Paper Assistance | Foreign Governments
    survey of the political status of Venzuela, Colombia, equador, Peru, Bolivia thepolitical evolution of Switzerland, concentrating on government structure and
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    72. Robbery In Equador
    Could they really be changing their minds? Will I have the opportunityto have guns pointed at me again, this time by the government?

    Who We Are Where We Are Opportunities ... Articles Note: We received this from Eric Sherman and wanted to share this testimony of what happened with the robbery and how God has worked in and through this "adventure".
    In e-mails I appreciate brevity and a personal touch. This email will be neither brief nor have a personal touch. I hope you take time to read it, as its purpose is to glorify God.
    Allow me to start off thanking all of you for your prayers, support and encouragement. The trip to Miami and South America was a total success and such a blessing to me. I thank everyone who took me into their home and made my visit such an enjoyable experience and a blessing to both myself, Tom Chamberlin and my wife... she would like me to take the time to thank all of those who had a hand in God's protection and hospitality. Some events took place while in Ecuador that the world would feel, and even some Christians have commented, were terrible events but I feel they were orchestrated by God and I humbly share the specifics with you now to make my joy complete.
    After the airport Bill and I headed for the Consulate's office. Bill had gone the night before with Francisco, an Ecuadorian lawyer from the congregation, to make a police report of the event as well as to obtain a copy of the report. This was needed to report my passport stolen and start the process of getting a new one. We were in hopes that it would not take too long but knew it could take anywhere from three to five days with little trouble and possibly a lot longer if they needed more documents that would need to be FedEx'd from the states. About a month before a gentleman who was in the military lost his passport and I believe it took over a week.

    73. Public Citizen | Critical Mass Energy And Environment Program | Critical Mass En
    confront the architects of ‘free’ trade and privatization in Quito, equador. policerebelled against the orders of their own government and joined with

    74. CyberSpace Search!
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    75. Ecuador - CIA FactbookFind Out About This Nation's Geography, People, Government
    Travel resource includes visa regulations, profiles of tourist attractions and business opportunities, news and a list of events.

    76. Ecuador
    1995 est.). Ecuador, government, Top of Page. Country name form Ecuador.government type republic. Capital Quito. Administrative divisions
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    Ecuador Introduction Geography People Government ... Transnational Issues Ecuador Introduction Top of Page Background: The "Republic of the Equator" was one of three countries that emerged from the collapse of Gran Colombia in 1830 (the others being Colombia and Venezuela). Between 1904 and 1942, Ecuador lost territories in a series of conflicts with its neighbors. A border war with Peru that flared in 1995 was resolved in 1999. Ecuador Geography Top of Page Location: Western South America, bordering the Pacific Ocean at the Equator, between Colombia and Peru Geographic coordinates: 2 00 S, 77 30 W Map references: South America Area: total: 283,560 sq km
    land: 276,840 sq km
    water: 6,720 sq km
    note: includes Galapagos Islands Area - comparative: slightly smaller than Nevada Land boundaries: total: 2,010 km
    border countries: Colombia 590 km, Peru 1,420 km Coastline: 2,237 km

    77. In Equador, Persons With Disabliities Fight For Dignity
    Even the Bishop, I later learned, was disillusioned enough with thegovernment to be a leader of the indigenous uprising in Cuenca. Life Text/in_equador,_person

    78. CIA - The World Factbook 2002 -- Ecuador
    Learn about this nation's geography, people, government, economy, communications and defense forces, Category Kids and Teens School Time South America Ecuador...... 88.2% (1995 est.). government, Ecuador, Top of Page. Country nameDefinition local long form Republica del Ecuador. government type
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    79. Equador
    equador. General Info. Official Name Republic of equador. Capital Quito. GovernmentType more than 13,2 millon people. Population About 12 thousand person.
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    more than 13,2 millon people Population About 12 thousand person Official Language Spanish Currency Sucre, since 2000 American Dollar Ecuador - the state located in northwest of South America; on the coast of Pacific ocean adjoining to Peru and Columbia. Ecuador officially has received independence of Spain May 24, 1822. Until 1830, the Republic of Equator (so it referred to because of taking place through all country a line of equator of the Earth) was in structure Grand Colombia. In the period since 1904 up to 1942 Ecuador has lost a number of territories in conflicts to the neighbors.

    80. MetaCrawler Results | Search Query = Ecuador Government
    MetaSearch results for ecuador government (1 to 20 of 88 MetaCrawler ResultsAbout Results CIA World Factbook Ecuador - government Ecuador. Top of Page. Government

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