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Analysis: As poverty in Ecuador rises, the U.S. is once again becoming the dream of many

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The signals accumulate. Mexico and Guatemala have decided to demand a tourist visa from Ecuadorians to stop the avalanche of people who, more than leisure, are looking at these countries as a route to migrate to the United States.

The number of detainees expelled or deported at the border has reached 89,000 until August, and of the 29 cases of disappearances, there is still no news of 17.

Irregular migration has intensified as Ecuador’s economy is depressed, jobs are destroyed, and poverty rates skyrocket. The president of the country, Guillermo Lasso, has described it . . .

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