Ecuador’s Strike is a Class Struggle, Not an Endorsement of Previous Government

On the second week of massive protests in Ecuador, thousands of indigenous protesters paralyzed the country and thousands more arrived in the capital of Quito, where they marched and eventually faced martial law. They reject President Moreno’s Neo-liberal reforms, but also emphasize their opposition to former President Rafael Correa, whom Moreno is blaming for the uprising. We spoke to representatives of 2 of the largest indigenous organizations CONAIE and CONFENAIE.

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