Ecuador’s indigenous hope for a better president

When President Rafael Correa came to power in Ecuador, he promised to address the concerns of the country's large and diverse indigenous community. But there are claims he has failed to deliver on his promises.

    When President Rafael Correa came to power in Ecuador, he promised to address the concerns of the country's large and diverse indigenous community.

    But there are claims he has failed to deliver on his promises.

    Al Jazeera’s Daniel Schweimler reports from Zumbahua in Ecuador.


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