Thursday, September 25, 2008

Radio: Ecuador's Constitutional Referendum

A report for Free Speech Radio News on the Ecuadorian Constitution that I just did. One error--the person doing the voice over mistakingly referred to a "multinational" instead of a "plurinational" state.

In Ecuador, the debate over a proposed new constitution is heating up before a September 28th national referendum. The opposition right wing charges that the constitution gives the state too much economic power and undermines the traditional family. But most social movements support the Magna Carta, pointing to the expansion of social services. From Quito, Daniel Denvir reports.

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