Ecuadorians To Vote on Fossil Fuel Extraction
FEATURING GABRIELA BARZALLO - Ecuador’s democracy is in deep trouble: Just days ago, Fernando Villavicencio, a member of the National legislature and a presidential candidate was assassinated in broad daylight. The shocking incident has highlighted Ecuador’s booming drug war. It has also eclipsed a political battle over climate justice. Not only will voters pick a new president on August 20th, but also decide on a ballot measure that allows for a major fossil fuel reserve to be left unextracted.
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