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Ecuadorean Man Faces 18 Months in Jail for Clapping at a Protest – Global Voices

On September 30, 2010, police officers in Ecuador participated in mass demonstrations demanding the repeal of the country’s the Public Service Law, which removed subsidies for promotions and prizes. The Rafael Correa government described the protests as a “planned attempt to stage a coup d’etat against [the law].” The police demonstrations spread across several cities and included street barricades and riots. Read more>>

Ecuadorean Man Faces 18 Months in Jail for Clapping at a Protest - Global Voices

On September 30, 2010, police officers in Ecuador participated in mass demonstrations demanding the repeal of the country’s the Public Service Law, which removed subsidies for promotions and prizes. The Rafael Correa government described the protests as a “planned attempt to stage a coup d’etat against [the law].” The police demonstrations spread across several cities and included street barricades and riots. Read more>>

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