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State of Emergency and the Authoritarian Threat in Ecuador

December 1st, 2021

The webinar "State of Emergency and the Authoritarian Threat in Ecuador" is an initiative of the South America Program of the Brazilian Center for International Relations (CEBRI). The panel seeks first to clarify the political context that motivated President Guillermo Lasso to decree a state of emergency, and then to outline the potential consequences of said state of emergency for democracy in the country and for political stability in the regio

Date:

December 1st, 2021

Location:

Online Event

Time:

1 to 2:15 pm (BRT - Brasilia)

Language:

Spanish, without translation

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The webinar "State of Emergency and the Authoritarian Threat in Ecuador" is an initiative of the South America Program of the Brazilian Center for International Relations (CEBRI). The panel seeks first to clarify the political context that motivated President Guillermo Lasso to decree a state of emergency, and then to outline the potential consequences of said state of emergency for democracy in the country and for political stability in the regio

Opening and Moderation

Hussein Kalout
International Advisory board

Research Scholar at Harvard University

Daniela Campello
Senior Researcher

Associate Professor at EBAPE/FGV

Participants

Angelica Abad
Profesor at Cuenca University

Manuela Picq
Professor at Amherst College

Pablo Andrade
Professor at Andina Simón Bolívar University

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