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Ecuadorians vote for president without violence, but overseas voting system sees cyberattacks

  • Ecuadorians voted in a special election for a new president despite concerns about unprecedented violence. The election was heavily guarded by police and soldiers due to the recent assassination of a presidential candidate.
  • The election was characterized as "peaceful and safe" by the president of the National Electoral Council, although the electronic voting system used by Ecuadorians abroad faced cyberattacks from countries such as China, India, and Bangladesh.
  • The front-runners in the election included an ally of former president Rafael Correa and a millionaire promising tough measures against crime.
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