Lasso talks about “the nerves of the President: the concern about losing the query …”

“Who is infatuated with power is Rafael Correa to the point of pretending that the Constitution be reformed in order to prevail his interest over the citizens,” said the leader of the collective Compromiso Ecuador, responding to the statements ofthe President in his...

Query request of Guillermo Lasso was rejected

The plenary of the National Electoral Council (CNE) denied the new request for referendum for the indefinite reelection of the President and other dignitaries of popular election. This time, the rejected request came from Carlos Padron, representative of the collective Commitment...

Organization that raised injunctions prepares its own query

The organization “Vigilantes de la Justicia” (Rangers of Justice by its English name) indicated that in about 15 days they would propose a referendum on the indefinite reelection, a constitutional amendment being debated in the Assembly. Rafael Navarrete, President of...

Second request for a query on indefinite reelection reaches the CNE

The former presidential candidate and leader of CREO, Guillermo Lasso, yesterday made a request to the National Electoral Council (CNE by its Spanish acronym) to prevent the indefinite reelection to be approved by the Assembly. In this case, the request was made by the collective...

President Correa warns that he would take advantage of the query to ask several themes

President Rafael Correa does not exclude the possibility of asking the people on various issues if the opposition achieves to convene a popular consultation on amendments to the Constitution. “They First gather the signatures to see if anyone pays any attention to the...

Nebot reaffirms that controversy for transit responsibilities must be resolved by consultation

The Mayor of Guayaquil, Jaime Nebot, ratified his decision to promote a query for the people to decide on the transfer of transit responsibilities. “The opinion of the people, yours is above the president’s and mine,” Nebot said in his speech for the 194 years...