Nearly 450 people, including police, have been injured during the protests in Ecuador, country's Interior Minister of the country Maria Paula Romo said.
Report informs citing RIA Novosti that, according to Romo, as many as 86 police officers were injured in the demonstrations that began a few days ago. Most of the riots occurred in the capital city of Quito. Moreover, another 360 people sought medical help. In early, October citizens, who were dissatisfied with the government's economic reform, began to protest in Ecuador. Ecuador's President declared a state of emergency over the protests and moved the government headquarters from Quito to the largest city of Guayaquil in the West of the country.