ECUADOR: How did LENIN MORENO betray SOCIALISM of the 21st Century? – VisualPolitik EN

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Lenín Moreno’s time at the helm of Ecuador has passed. Four years after coming to power, Ecuador is sliding into a new era under a new presidency, and that brings up a few questions: What kind of Ecuador does Lenín Moreno leave to the new president? How was his term in the Carondelet Palace? What is the state of things today in this Latin American country? Don’t miss this video.

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