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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In late 2019, Latin America seems determined to put any certainty on the political cycles in the region's democracies to the test. First came the protests that paralyzed Ecuador, led by social movements, particularly the indigenous, in an uprising that forced the government to sit down at the table and negotiate with the country's traditional populations.

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