Alvaro Noboa affirms that the opposition will win on Sunday

  Tycoon Alvaro Noboa indicated that the candidate of the political opposition would be the one who wins the elections on Sunday, April 2. Showing results of the first round, Noboa said that the opposition would get the 57.46% of the total votes. This result was obtained by...

A countdown to convince voters

From today until Thursday, the presidential candidates play their last cards in an election campaign that comes to an end, and the results will be known next Sunday, April 2, when 12.8 million Ecuadorians choose the new ruler. According to the agenda established by the campaign...

Doctors from Ecuador take a COIP complaint to Geneva

A delegation from the Medical Association of Pichincha (CMP) traveled to Geneva two weeks ago to ask the UN to manage a reform of the Comprehensive Criminal Organic Code (COIP) that sanctions professional malpractice. The modification would be for professional responsibility in...

A countdown to convince voters

From today until Thursday, the presidential candidates play their last cards in an election campaign that comes to an end, and the results will be known next Sunday, April 2, when 12.8 million Ecuadorians choose the new ruler. According to the agenda established by the campaign...

Final candidates will host some of the plans of their former rivals

Lenin Moreno (AP) and Guillermo Lasso (CREO-SUMA) assure that they will execute certain work plans of their former opponents. Moreno says that he will adopt some ideas of Ivan Espinel (Fuerza Social Commitment); and Lasso, of Cynthia Viteri (PSC), Paco Moncayo (ANC), Abdalá...

Lasso says he sent a report on the country’s electoral situation to the OAS Secretary

Guillermo Lasso, Ecuador’s presidential hopeful, assured that he sent the Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), Luis Almagro, reports on the country’s electoral situation. In an interview on the Ecuavisa television channel, Lasso said he had...

Correa calls “impertinent” foreign former presidents who demanded transparency in the runoff elections

Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa described as “rude” and “impertinent” a letter in which Latin American former presidents expressed concern about the country’s democratic situation. The text was written by the Democratic Initiative of Spain...

The new book of Fernando Villavicencio talks about millions in losses for oil

The country would have registered millionaire losses due to a supposed “inefficiency in the management and cases of corruption” in the main hydrocarbon projects of the last years. That is the central thesis of the book The Oil holiday, written by activist Fernando...