Rafael Correa


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We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Rafael Correa is associated, including Hillary, United States, and life. Most recently, Rafael Correa has been quoted saying: “The revolution has triumphed again in Ecuador. The right has lost, despite its millions and its media.” in the article Moreno claims victory in Ecuador election but rival calls for a recount.
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The pain is immense, but the spirit of the Ecuadorian people is greater. We will move forward from this.feedback

This is the biggest tragedy, in the last 67 years. But my dear homeland, we will carry on. We will learn to surpass any obstacle – more unity and solidarity is needed today. We are all Ecuador.feedback

Everything can be rebuilt, but what can't be rebuilt are human lives, and that's the most painful.feedback

The immediate priority was the search and rescue mission. Everything can be rebuilt, but lives cannot be recovered, and that's what hurts the most.feedback

Thank you to the whole world for solidarity. Our infinite love to the families of the dead. The immediate priority is to rescue people in the rubble. Everything can be rebuilt, but lives cannot be recovered, and that's what hurts the most.feedback

The quake inflicted between $2 billion and $3 billion of damage to the oil-dependent economy and could knock two to three percentage points off growth. Let's not kid ourselves, it will be a long struggle ... Reconstruction for years, billions (of dollars) in investment.feedback

Sweden could have always had a deposition in our embassy in London. Why didn't they do it before? Now they do it because otherwise they risk that the entire process will run out of time. So all these questions you have to put to Sweden and London, they could solve the problem tomorrow.feedback

We haven't agreed to asylum because we agree with what Assange did. I believe that every state has the right to keep secret some confidential information. Even if some leaks which were made public were horrible. They show immorality and abuses. If something illegal has happened it should be punished. The result doesn't justify the means.feedback

We have not processed the request, because Snowden is not on Ecuadorean soil, and when he arrives, if he arrives and we have to process the request, we will seek the opinion of the United States as we did with the Assange case with the UK. We will listen to everyone, but the decision will be taken by us under our sovereignty.feedback

In the face of this blackmail, we tell the US: do not threaten us with removing the preferential tariffs. We unilaterally and irrevocably waive them, you can keep them.feedback

I am grateful to the people of Ecuador, to the legions of men and women that trusted in us. And to those who didn't vote for us, we are the government of all the people, we're going to serve you, all of you, with care and compromise.feedback

We reject this unacceptable, intolerable threat to violate our diplomatic headquarters in London. We have convened a meeting with neighbouring countries this Sunday to present this intolerable situation, inadmissible in international law.feedback

If an asylum request affects our relationship with Britain, our relations with the US should also be affected because of all the corrupt Ecuadorians, the financiers who bankrupted our country, have asked for asylum there. Journalists who defame go to the US to request asylum.feedback

I think it's established in international law and every country has a perfect right within its sovereignty to analyse the possibility of giving asylum to a world citizen who has asked for it.feedback

Our opponents say we must choose between clean water or mineral resources, as if we cannot have both, comrades.feedback

I think we need to move to more concrete, forceful decisions: Latin American sanctions against Great Britain for example, and pulling out of the InterAmerican Treaty for Reciprocal Assistance.feedback

If you want to kill the president, here I am. Kill me. But we will continue with a policy of justice and dignity and we will not take one step backwards.feedback

History has been made in a country in which between the years 1996 to 2006, we've had seven presidents and no democratic government has finished its mandate……we really have made history as we have won in the first round.feedback

The final document doesnt talk about Cuba. Nor does it propose a comprehensive solution for the immigration problem, so it's a light document typical of protocol.feedback

The process that Ecuador is going through is totally democratic. These elections and the process for the constituent assembly is the most democratic process that Ecuador has had in its entire history.feedback

What was on the table was not the reputation of the president of the republic, what was on the table was the future of the country, the future of the nation, and the Ecuadorean people have said 'yes' to that future, yes' to the nation.feedback

I will call a popular referendum so that the sovereign Ecuadorian people would say yes or no to the constitutional assembly that is seeking to overcome the political, economic and social blockade the country is facing.feedback

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