After a year in office, Ecuador’s Lasso is accused of neoliberal policies and authoritarian rule

Institutional instability, violence in prisons, unemployment, deterioration of the health, education, social security, and road systems are some of the problems that Ecuadorians complain about and that the ex-bankers' government is to blame for, according to the polls.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Tuesday, Ecuadorian President Guillermo Lasso will end his first year in office. 71.18% of respondents rated his government's work as poor, focusing mainly on the economy and Covid vaccinations, but performing poorly in social and security areas.

Institutional instability, violence in prisons, unemployment, deterioration of the health, education, social security and road systems are some of the problems that Ecuadorians complain about and that the bankers' government is to blame for, according to the polls.

The Click Report polling institute states in its latest report that 87.24% of Ecuadorians disapprove of the . . .

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