Quito, September 12 (PL-RHC)-- Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa said Friday that Ecuador is still an extremely unequal nation and two percent of the big families own 90 percent of the companies. During a debate with the media in the province of Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas, located in the area of the humid tropics of Ecuador, the leader stated "We are good people who work for a country with equity." For that reason, the economic measures implemented by the government seeks to close the gap and give greater social justice, pointed out the head of state. Correa insisted that the same people are against the social proposals as usual and denounced that protests against the Heritage Bill and Goodwill were the pretext for trying to destabilize Ecuador. But the national dialogue has promoted information and demonstrated that we have to change the large backlog of business in a few hands, he said.
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