Lucio Gutierrez (PSP) promoted his lists in Quito
The presidential candidate of the Partido Sociedad Patriotica (PSP) and former president seeking for reelection, Lucio Gutierrez, campaigned yesterday in Quito, city in which he visited several local media and toured main streets along with his caravan.
Gutierrez started his activity today in an interview today with Telerama.
Alvaro Noboa (PRIAN) chaired the delivery of a microenterprise in Ambato
The presidential candidate of the Partido Renovador Institucional Accion Nacional (PRIAN), Alvaro Noboa, along with his binomial and wife Annabella Azin and candidates to the Assembly by the Tungurahua province, marched through the main streets of the city of Ambato, in which he presided the delivery of laundry implements to Mrs. Rosa Alvarez Inquinga, conducted by the Cruzada Nueva Humanidad Foundation.
After the tours, Noboa, in statements to the press, said he was against the entrance exam to public universities. “I firmly believe that the university should be free, without entrance exam and that every student can choose the profession they want to study. In my government, I agree to fulfill this request for young people and their dream of pursuing a career of their choice.”
Finally at 17:00 yesterday, he returned to Guayaquil. The lawyer has scheduled an interview with Diario Extra.
Nelson Zavala (PRE) gave statements on media at Cuenca
The evangelical minister and presidential candidate of the Partido Roldosista Ecuatoriano (PRE), Nelson Zavala, began his journey in Cuenca with several media interviews in which he referred to the family values and homosexuality.
Then walked some streets and moved to a Christian Center, where he gave a speech with points similar to the previous interviews.
Zavala also stated that his government “will support free education for young people to study and stay away from vices.”
Alberto Acosta (MPD-PK) offered to reduce poverty
The candidate of the Coordinator of Left Movements, Alberto Acosta, campaigned in Nueva Loja with his caravan.
The presidential candidate walked through the main streets of the city and took advantage to greet transporters and traders.
Then, the candidate campaigned in Orellana to offer changing the reality of the Amazon and reduce poverty.
The candidate ended his campaign day yesterday with an interview on “El Noticiero.”
Guillermo Lasso (CREO) received civic agenda for education in Quito
After a long day of tours in the historic center of Quito, the presidential candidate of the Creando Oportunidades (CREO) movement, Guillermo Lasso, received the Citizen’s Agenda for Education 2013-2021, which contains 13 points to improve the area of education, according to the Social Contract.
Milton Luna, coordinator of the organization, explained that a 10% investment increase in education is needed, and also discussing the university reform.
Lasso said he will take technical decisions in the area of education and pledged to strengthen the autonomy of universities.
The candidate began his campaign today with media interviews in Machala.
Mauricio Rodas (SUMA) said he will fight against organized crime in Manta
The presidential candidate of the Sociedad Unida Mas Accion movement (SUMA), said yesterday that his government will create a research center against organized crime, headquartered in Manta.
Rodas felt the need to implement a body of research that will reduce impunity for killings, drug trafficking and other crimes.
The candidate began his campaign today with an interview on Ecuavisa.
Norman Wray (Ruptura 25) campaigned in Quito
Presidential candidate of the Ruptura movement, Norman Wray, campaigned yesterday in Quito.
In the morning he participated in a forum organized by students at the University of San Francisco, in which he explaines his government proposal, ensuring that young people will have a wide participation on it.
Today the presidential candidate will travel to several counties in the province of Loja.
Rafael Correa (Alianza PAIS) will be devoted to the election campaign from today
Yesterday was the last day that the candidate-president, Rafael Correa, attended presidential activities, as from today he will take his 30-day license to participate in the election campaign seeking reelection.
Correa was received today by a large caravan in Guayaquil.