From Quito: Bullfighting in Quito
Seven years ago, citizens here voted against the bloodsport in a referendum called by president Rafael Correa. But this week, a substantial demonstration marched to the presdential palace to demand a return of what they called, their tradtitional culture. So, is bullfighting a fundamental part of national identity? And should Ecuadoreans have the right to kill bulls for fun? To talk about this, we're joined by Fernando Arroyo Aviles. He's a member of the National Animal Protection movement, and a long-time campaigner against bullfighting.