Noboa faces first protests in Ecuador over rising fuel prices

05/07/2024 at 05:00h.

Quito, Jul 4 (EFE).- Ecuadorian President Daniel Noboa faced his first protests on Thursday against the rise in the price of the most widely consumed gasoline, after his administration reduced subsidies for these fuels. Protests such as roadblocks were reported in various parts of the country, although the largest protest took place in the capital, Quito, with a march called by the United Workers Front (FUT), the largest trade union in the country, which also brought together other unions and social groups seeking to express their dissatisfaction. Images: Juan Francisco Chávez. Editing and narration: Annia Hidalgo Vargas.


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