Issue - 1951
Dated - 14 May 2005
Ecuador — ‘It’s much easier to create an uprising if you’re united’

On 8 December, Gutierrez annulled the supreme court in Ecuador. He didn’t give any reason, or quote any law—he just abolished it because it was too independent. From that date the people started to organise themselves, holding assemblies and taking to the streets in massive numbers.


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