Rafael Correa ratified two things about himself during the weekly address No. 483, which took place in Bahia de Caraquez. One, which is ideologically closer to a medieval monarch of a forgotten island than that of a contemporary ruler and, two, that he has no shame when he proclaims certain principles and while he is simultaneously almost violating them. In other words he is brazen-faced.
The first point, namely the medieval monarch, was ratified by him when he made a long and detailed description of the lavish gifts he has received from Oriental kings and he has decided to auction for charity, because he is a good and charitable person. The second, that of being brazen-faced, he confirmed it when he spent at least 10 minutes to talk about defending migrants and refugees when, a few hours earlier, his own government had committed the most shameful act of the migratory history of the country after returning hundreds of Cubans to the hell they try to escape desperately.