Ecuador’s President Lenin Moreno sits before supporters Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018, ahead of this weekend’s constitutional referendum in Quito, Ecuador. Moreno has called for a nationwide referendum that will include a question asking voters whether they want to revoke a law pushed forward by his predecessor allowing presidents to be indefinitely re-elected.
Ecuador’s President Lenin Moreno sits before supporters Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018, ahead of this weekend’s constitutional referendum in Quito, Ecuador. Moreno has called for a nationwide referendum that will include a question asking voters whether they want to revoke a law pushed forward by his predecessor allowing presidents to be indefinitely re-elected. Dolores Ochoa AP
Ecuador’s President Lenin Moreno sits before supporters Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018, ahead of this weekend’s constitutional referendum in Quito, Ecuador. Moreno has called for a nationwide referendum that will include a question asking voters whether they want to revoke a law pushed forward by his predecessor allowing presidents to be indefinitely re-elected. Dolores Ochoa AP

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