Alvaro Noboa (PRIAN) created jobs in Esmeraldas
The presidential candidate of the Partido Renovador Institucional Accion Nacional (PRIAN), Alvaro Noboa, yesterday took his campaign to Quininde City, province of Esmeraldas.
After the tours, Noboa presided the delivery of an industrial kitchen, display fridge, gas tank, various appliances and other kitchen implements to Mrs. Miriam Zambrano so she can start her own small business, which is a Soda Bar.
Nelson Zavala (PRE) met in Guayaquil with a diplomatic official
After attending a breakfast meeting with the U.S. ambassador in Ecuador, Adam Namm, the presidential candidate of the Partido Roldosista Ecuatoriano (PRE), Nelson Zavala, began a tour the agricultural area of Guayas along with the Assembly candidates for the 4th district.
After touring the cantons Daule and St. Lucia, Zavala held a political rally in Balzar.
Alberto Acosta (MPD-PK) toured Quininde
The candidate of the Plurinational Coordinator of the left movements, Alberto Acosta, spent yesterday afternoon walking through the main streets of Quininde, in the province of Esmeraldas, as he greeted his supporters along with his binomial, Marcia Caicedo.
He then participated in a concentration organized by MPD-Pachakutik, in the Parque de la Madre.
Guillermo Lasso (CREO) explained his proposal in Guayaquil
The presidential candidate of the Creando Oportunidades movement (CREO), Guillermo Lasso, yesterday led a walk through downtown Guayaquil where he highlighted his proposal of creating “job-generator zones.”
Lasso explained that his proposal is based on special trade areas in which investors enjoy certain incentives.
Then crossed the city from the Parque del Centenario and walked through the streets of Lorenzo de Garaycoa, Alcedo and Rumichaca. He then get on a bus and greet its passengers.
Mauricio Rodas (SUMA) visited media at Quito
“Youth Employment Program” was the proposal that the candidate of the Sociedad Unida Mas Accion movement (SUMA), Mauricio Rodas explained yesterday in a dialogue with FM Mundo radio station in Quito.
According to Rodas, the plan shall help individuals between 16 and 30 years to enter their first job. He said the government will pay the employer’s share of Social Security from those new jobs and will save income tax from 1% to 4% to companies that give those jobs to young people.
Norman Wray (Ruptura 25) traveled yesterday from Loja to Zamora Chinchipe
After the Ruptura’s presidential candidate, Norman Wray, woke up early in Loja to begin his day of campaign, he gave interviews in local television media, where he said that if he becomes president, he will encourage productive entrepreneurship.
Wray also revealed that tax cuts would be part of the discussion with the productive sector.
Finally, Wray suspended a talk that was scheduled at noon with students from the Technical University of Loja, and moved past 09:00 am to Zamora Chinchipe.
Rafael Correa (Alianza PAIS) was received in Zumbahua
The candidate-president seeking re-election, Rafael Correa, chose Zumbahua, in Pujili, as part of tour around the province of Cotopaxi.
The president was greeted with presentations of indigenous dances and music, including the village band.
Correa took the celebration to highlight the Government’s work on roads and education.
Lucio Gutierrez (PSP) visited the Amazon region of Ecuador
The presidential candidate of the Partido Sociedad Patriotica (PSP), Lucio Gutierrez and his binomial Pearl Boyes, yesterday began a tour in the Ecuadorian Amazon.
His supporters, wearing uniforms from the campaign, waited in the parish of Santa Cecilia, of the Lago Agrio Canton.
After the PSP caravan reached Nueva Loja, it toured through the streets of the city and focused on the party’s headquarters for a political rally, in which Gutierrez offered to reopen the closed universities in the Amazon and solve the problem of shortage of gas and fuel.