Activities to attract supporters or meetings to define candidates, are the main strategies of political movements these days to run in cantons and provinces.
The meetings with their bases, campaigns to attract or define candidates and workshops of new blocs of leaders is what moves now the groups approved by the National Electoral Council (CNE) as part of its planning for the elections of the 2014.
Alianza PAIS (AP) announced a national campaign to collect memberships next month.
Creando Oportunidades (CREO), which is the second largest party in the Assembly, has continued to make its tours around the country to maintain contact with its bases and seek candidates for the elections of mayors, councilors and prefects.
Ruptura potical movement is also working in the training workshops to maintain the validity of the organization and attract new members. A week ago was held a workshop in Guayaquil.
Sociedad Patriotica party points to new affiliations. Next week it plans to launch a campaign in Guayas. SUMA, who is also seeking more adherents, has continued to travel the country looking to strengthen the movement and some of its members were in a horseride parade that was held last week at Playas.
Social Cristiano Party (PSC) reported that the task is to strengthen its structures. The Roldosista Ecuadorian Party (PRE) is already working around the country with the provincial command in search of candidates for 2014. In a similar process is MPD-Pachakutik alliance.