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A soldier stands guard as electoral material for the referendum to put an end to an amendment permitting indefinite re-election in Ecuador is printed at the Military Geographic Institute in Quito on January 8, 2018.
Ecuador will hold on February 4 a referendum announced by President Lenin Moreno to put an end to the amendment permitting indefinite re-election - a move aimed against former president Rafael Correa, his ex-ally and now chief rival. Ex-president Rafael Correa returned to Ecuador from Belgium to lead the campaign against the referendum in the deeply divided leftist ruling Country Alliance party. / AFP PHOTO / Rodrigo BUENDIA        (Photo credit should read RODRIGO BUENDIA/AFP/Getty Images)
A soldier stands guard as electoral material for the referendum to put an end to an amendment permitting indefinite re-election in Ecuador is printed at the Military Geographic Institute in Quito on January 8, 2018.
Ecuador will hold on February 4 a referendum announced by President Lenin Moreno to put an end to the amendment permitting indefinite re-election - a move aimed against former president Rafael Correa, his ex-ally and now chief rival. Ex-president Rafael Correa returned to Ecuador from Belgium to lead the campaign against the referendum in the deeply divided leftist ruling Country Alliance party. / AFP PHOTO / Rodrigo BUENDIA        (Photo credit should read RODRIGO BUENDIA/AFP/Getty Images)

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Referéndum ecuatoriano, ¿el fin de las reformas de Rafael Correa?

Terminó la campaña por la Reforma Constitucional propuesta por el presidente de Ecuador Lenín Moreno. Los cambios incluyen la eliminación de la reelección presidencial indefinida, impuesta durante el gobierno de Rafael Correa, y la llamada "muerte civil" para funcionarios acusados de corrupción. Correa ha hecho campaña por el no en el referéndum.