The Latin American country of Ecuador has one of the most advanced surveillance systems on the plane, which allows a small army of government officials and military police to access 4,300 cameras around the country to keep an eye on the people. The high-powered cameras allow real time views at 16 viewing stations around the country, with 3,000 screens that are keeping all information on movement by those of interest under the close watch of the government.
The center-left party in power embraces Democratic Socialism, the current president Lenin Moreno (yes, his name is Lenin) is known for his iron fist rule and of course he would feel right at home with the Chinese system of people rule. This article was sourced from information and articles from the New York Times and other US publications.
In addition to the police, this system built by the Chinese starting in 2012, and goes to the notorious secret police who under the previous President, Rafael Correa, were involved in intimidation and attacks on political opponents. The current President, has strong ties with Beijing and employs several Chinese firms that help the current regime to control the people on every street corner in major cities.
Chinese technology for surveillance has now speak across the globe and is especially useful in authoritarian countries like Cuba, Ecuador, as well as Socialist counters in Latin America, Africa and South East Asia. Beijing is now the leader in global exports of oppression based technology.