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Ecuadorians choosing a new president amid increasing violence that may scare away voters

  • Ecuadorians will choose a new president on Sunday, following the assassination of one of the candidates, which has heightened concerns over rising violence in the country.
  • The incoming administration will face challenges in funding their crime-fighting promises, as the country is dealing with a large fiscal deficit and significant debt.
  • Fears of violence may lead to reduced voter turnout, as people may opt to pay a fine instead of going out to vote. However, over 100,000 police and military officers are being deployed to secure the election process.
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