|Nicolas Maduro, Venezuela, Evo Morales, Bolivia, Rafael Correa, Ecuador (Cubadebate)|
Correa, re-elected in 2013 with 57 percent of the vote, 30 points more than his closest rival, was the subject of an attempted coup by the country's police forces in 2010 and has warned this week of efforts by the opposition to organize a military coup.
Early in his tenure Correa made US forces leave Ecuador and he has provided Wikileaks founder Julian Assange with asylum in the Ecuadorean embassy in the UK since 2012.
For more analysis see here and here. Maduro has called for an emergency meeting of CELAC, the replacement body for the OAS created by countries in the region.