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Ecuador's President Rafael Correa addresses his supporters from a balcony of Carondelet Palace in Quito February 17, 2013. REUTERS/Gary Granja

Ecuador's President Rafael Correa addresses his supporters from a balcony of Carondelet Palace in Quito February 17, 2013. REUTERS/Gary Granja
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GUILLERMO GRANJA

Ecuador's President Rafael Correa casts his ballot at a polling station at San Francisco de Quito School in Quito February 17, 2013. Ecuadoreans vote for president on Sunday in a ballot expected to hand incumbent Correa a new term to advance his socialist agenda of heavy government spending and expansion of state power that critics slam as creeping authoritarianism. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja

Ecuador's President Rafael Correa casts his ballot at a polling station at San Francisco de Quito School in Quito February 17, 2013. Ecuadoreans vote for president on Sunday in a ballot expected to hand incumbent Correa a new term to advance his socialist agenda of heavy government spending and expansion of state power that critics slam as creeping authoritarianism. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja
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Ecuador's President Rafael Correa looks for his identity card before casting his ballot at a polling station at San Francisco de Quito School in Quito February 17, 2013. Ecuadoreans vote for president on Sunday in a ballot expected to hand incumbent Correa a new term to advance his socialist agenda of heavy government spending and expansion of state power that critics slam as creeping authoritarianism. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja

Ecuador's President Rafael Correa looks for his identity card before casting his ballot at a polling station at San Francisco de Quito School in Quito February 17, 2013. Ecuadoreans vote for president on Sunday in a ballot expected to hand incumbent Correa a new term to advance his socialist agenda of heavy government spending and expansion of state power that critics slam as creeping authoritarianism. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja
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Ecuador's President Rafael Correa casts his ballot at a polling station at San Francisco de Quito School in Quito February 17, 2013. Ecuadoreans vote for president on Sunday in a ballot expected to hand incumbent Correa a new term to advance his socialist agenda of heavy government spending and expansion of state power that critics slam as creeping authoritarianism. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja

Ecuador's President Rafael Correa casts his ballot at a polling station at San Francisco de Quito School in Quito February 17, 2013. Ecuadoreans vote for president on Sunday in a ballot expected to hand incumbent Correa a new term to advance his socialist agenda of heavy government spending and expansion of state power that critics slam as creeping authoritarianism. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja
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Ecuador's President Rafael Correa reacts as he casts his ballot at a polling station at San Francisco de Quito School in Quito February 17, 2013. Ecuadoreans vote for president on Sunday in a ballot expected to hand incumbent Correa a new term to advance his socialist agenda of heavy government spending and expansion of state power that critics slam as creeping authoritarianism. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja

Ecuador's President Rafael Correa reacts as he casts his ballot at a polling station at San Francisco de Quito School in Quito February 17, 2013. Ecuadoreans vote for president on Sunday in a ballot expected to hand incumbent Correa a new term to advance his socialist agenda of heavy government spending and expansion of state power that critics slam as creeping authoritarianism. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja
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