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  • noun Plural form of Ecuadorian.


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  • Also among the "Ecuadorians" were Bernard Elie, Jackie Nau, and Gilbert Dragon, all of whom distinguished themselves, like Philippe, as repressive police chiefs once they were reassigned from the Presidential Guard.


  • The "Ecuadorians" (also jokingly referred to in Haitian security circles as "Bob Manuel's jewels") became infamous as a group of officers that would later attempt a coup against Préval in 2000 and launch an armed insurgency from the Dominican Republic against President Aristide's second administration in 2001.


  • Arguably the best soccer player in the Ecuadorian national team, Delgado exposes the deep racial divide in this multiracial country and argues that Black Ecuadorians have been penalized both on the soccer field and in everyday life.

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  • Journalists and opposition parties called for Ecuadorians to protest dressed in black to symbolically mourn the death of press freedom.

    Ecuador Newspaper Gets Harsh Sentence

  • Crime can be a daily reality for many Ecuadorians, whether it be on the streets or during routine parts of one's day.

    Global Voices in English » Ecuador: Reactions After a Bus Robbery in Guayaquil

  • Ecuadorians have sued Chevron to demand a clean-up of the company's mess, and compensation for the terrible violations of their rights and devastation of their rainforest environment.

    Lauren Selman: Chevron's Casting Call

  • For economic impact, the biggest unintentional disclosure came from outtakes from a documentary that plaintiff lawyers representing Ecuadorians had made to promote their case against Chevron.

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  • On the 17 May, Ecuadorians overwhelmingly voted in favour of proposals put forward by the government in a national referendum that stated that employers must register all workers at Ecuador's Social Security Institute.

    Education policy needs to fill the gap in Ecuador's child labour laws | Annie Kelly

  • For Ecuadorians, there are many unanswered questions about what happened between Mr. Correa and police that day.

    Ecuador Advances Probe into Alleged Coup

  • But a brilliant fake ad campaign by corporate crime-fighting media tricksters The Yes Men, along with Amazon Watch and Rainforest Action Network, mocked up the very ads that might have resulted if Chevron were to have interviewed the Ecuadorians for the same "We Agree" ad campaign for which I was apparently auditioning.

    Lauren Selman: Chevron's Casting Call


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