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ECUADOR CRISIS
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April 17, 2005 
Ecuadoran congressman Marcelo Doti of the Christian Social Party holds up a sign to protest against President... 
Quito, Ecuador 
Ecuadorean congressman Doti protests against President Gutierrez in Congress. 
Ecuadoran congressman Marcelo Doti of the Christian Social Party holds up a sign to protest against President Lucio Gutierrez during an emergency session of Congress in Quito, late April 17, 2005. Ecuador's Congress voted to fire the Supreme Court and set debate for the next session on how to replace the 31 judges at the center of a four-month-old political conflict that has prompted protests. The sign reads, "I'm a bandit too," in reference to a recent incident in which President Gutierrez called a small group of protesters bandits for gathering outside his house late at night. REUTERS/Henry Lapo GG/RR 
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