Day 7 Election Campaign 2013
Lucio Gutierrez (PSP) campaigned in Guayaquil
Former president Gutierrez, following his busy schedule of campaign, conducted tours all around Guayaquil. His caravan began in Mapasingue and then made small runs door to door in Sauces, Las Orquideas, Alborada and Florida.
Gutierrez took the opportunity to shake hands with his supporters and followers, while reassuring that he will “fight against crime”.
Alvaro Noboa (PRIAN) helped to create microenterprises in Quito
Businessman Alvaro Noboa, wearing a traditional poncho, walked yesterday along with his wife, Annabella Azin, and various Assembly candidates, in the Carapungo sector, in the Calderon parish, north of Quito.
Upon their arrival in the sector, Noboa and his supporters, moved to the sewing workshop of Mrs. Doris Chala Maldonado, who was handed a industrial sewing machine and sewing implements so that, this humble housewife may begin her micro enterprise and eventually be ablo to create job opportunities.
“I do not promise jobs, I give jobs! Starting today, Doris Chala will have her own micro enterprise, a sewing workshop, “said Noboa.
Several people approached lawyer Noboa to complain about corruption and neglect carried out by the current government, to which Noboa said: “The Ecuadorians do not want speeches, they want to jobs, and that is a symbol of what I will do in my administration”
Noboa is scheduled to visit the Velasco Ibarra, Libertad and Salinas neighborhoods in Quito.
Nelson Zavala (PRE) took his caravan to Manabi
Yesterday, Pastor Nelson Zavala visited the province of Manabi in the company of the candidates to the Assembly. He took the opportunity to eat at local restaurants, greet people and visit local media.
PRE presidential candidate plans to continue his tour at Manabi. This afternoon, he will travel to Quito, where he will serve the agenda until Saturday, when he will return to the Guayas.
Alberto Acosta (MPD-PK) campaigned in Loja markets
The presidential candidate of the Plurinational Coordinator of left movements, Alberto Acosta, arrived yesterday in Loja to continue his campaign.
Acosta took the opportunity to attend various media. Then ran the main markets of the city to share opinions with merchants and housewives.
In the afternoon, along with his caravan, he toured from the entrance of the city to the San Sebastian Square and took the opportunity to greet and explain his government proposal to his followers.
Guillermo Lasso (CREO) promoted his candidacy in Cuenca
Using a straw hat, CREO’s presidential candidate, Guillermo Lasso, took his caravan to the headquarters of his movement in Cuenca.
His supporters, wearing T-shirts, hats and flags from the list 21, shouted and chanted popular songs whose lyrics were changed for the occasion.
Lasso took the opportunity to explain his “eighth proposal” from his government plan: areas to generate employment through tourism.
Mauricio Rodas (SUMA) gave statements in Guayaquil and Quito media
SUMA’s presidential candidate, Mauricio Rodas, began yesterday with a visit to radio stations in Guayaquil, in which he stated his economic proposals.
Then, the candidate visited Teleamazonas and concluded with interviews on CRE, Forever and Teleradio radio stations.
Rodas said that his government will implement the program “Capital Semilla”, which seeks to promote productivity, but also revealed that before that, he will create an environment of legal certainty to promote investment.
On the Afternoon, Rodas traveled to Quito to visit more radio stations.
Norman Wray (Ruptura 25) ended his campaign in Guayaquil
Playing on his traditional harmonica, Ruptura’s presidential candidate, Norman Wray, ended his three-day campaign in Guayaquil.
At 11:30 the candidate went, along with the company of his supporters, to the market of the Coop. Martha Roldos, and took the opportunity to greet merchants and “to encourage dialogues with the people.”
Rafael Correa (Alianza PAIS) campaigned in Morona Santiago
In his second day of campaigning in the Amazon region, the president candidate seeking reelection, Rafael Correa, yesterday visited six of the twelve counties in the province of Morona Santiago.
Then, the president participated in interviews with several media at Gualaquiza and then moved to Santiago de Mendez, Logroño and Sucua. Finally concluded in Macas, where he was greeted by his supporters at the Jaime Roldos Aguilera civic square.
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