Elections in Ecuador: Everything You Need to Know – Including the Split on the Left
In this episode of The Source, we interview Kimberley Brown, a freelance journalist with a background in anthropology based in Quito, Ecuador. We examine the recent presidential election in Ecuador, which took place on the 7th of February. In addition we provide context to the current political landscape in there and discuss the split taking place on the left.
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Kimberley Brown is a Canadian writer and multimedia journalist with a background in anthropology. She is based in Quito, Ecuador, covering regional environment and human rights issues. She has reported from all over Latin America, including Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil, Mexico and Argentina. Her work has appeared in BBC, The Guardian, The Washington Post, Al Jazeera, Reuters, MongaBay, The Pacific Standard, and In These Times, among others.