Ecuador 2007

Yearbook 2007

Ecuador. The year was completely marked by the preparations for the drafting of a new constitution. On November 29, the Constituent Assembly convened and announced immediately that the regular National Congress, during the six months of work on a new constitution, would cease to function and the ongoing legislative work be overseen by a special congressional committee. Only after a referendum is held on the new constitution will elections for a new national congress be announced. The Prosecutor General and the Auditor General were also replaced.

According to CountryAAH, Quito is the capital city of Ecuador. The measures were fully in line with the efforts to renew democracy in the country which the government has long since announced. aims to replace the old corrupt party system with a new, “the geometry of a new power” and, in vague terms, introduce socialism. The opposition instead criticized the newly elected President Rafael Correa for authoritarianism and despotism, and made the now-common accusation of imitation of Venezuela’s Hugo Chávez in Latin America. They even called on the military to defend the democratic order. President Correa, however, reaped one political success after another during the year. After being installed in his office on January 15, he received a clear sign from Congress to hold a referendum on the drafting of a new constitution, to which 82 percent of voters said yes on April 15. Then the traditional party system really seemed to have been crushed in the September 30 general election, “the mother of all clashes,” as President Correa rhetorically called it. The government coalition Movimiento Alianza País (MAP) received 70 percent of the vote, corresponding to 80 out of 130 seats in the Constitutional Assembly, and together with the support parties Pachakutik (the Conaies political branch of the Indian organization) and Movimiento Popular Democrático (MPD) have a comfortable majority.

Ecuador Quito Places to Visit

According to finches: the species of animals born in this way
The islands have never had a land connection to the mainland and the species of animals that live there have in time come either by drifting or flying for almost a thousand kilometers. No predators have come to the islands. When the famous naturalist Charles Darwin visited the islands in 1830, his attention was drawn to the differences between the finch species on different islands: some had a handsome beak capable of splitting awkward nuts, others snatched the best insects with a small beak, a few used a cactus spike to dig insects. Probably the same “original milk” from the mainland had developed in different circumstances with the best characteristics to adapt to that new place of residence.

Darwin realized that there is an inherent variation in species and that individuals produce more offspring than the environment can sustain, with these offspring having to fight for their existence and the individuals best adapted to their environment surviving: this is how the species changes. Darwin compared the finches of the islands to the birds of England and found that these variants corresponded in England to several completely different species of birds. Not only the finches, but also the other nineteen different animals on the island were evidence of such a birth, or evolution, of new species and races. Darwin introduced his theory of this in his book ‘The Birth of Species’ in 1859. The islands have a natural science research institute and nature center bearing his name.

Ecuador weather in March, April and May

According to, daily temperatures averaging 31 to 32 ° C are to be expected over the next three months. The temperatures hardly fluctuate during this time.

Do you want to go on a beach holiday? The water temperatures are in March, April and May 24-25 ° C. This is great weather for a great time on the beach and in the water.

The expected rainfall is around 15 days in March, around 10 days in April and around 4 days in May.

In the period from March to May , the sun shines on average between 4 and 6 hours a day. The sunniest weather is in May in Guayaquil, with less sun you will have to get by in March.