Nelson Zavala (PRE) explains his plan of government in Quito
The evangelical pastor and presidential candidate for the Partido Roldosista Ecuatoriano (PRE), Nelson Zavala, gave interviews in various media in Quito.
Zavala, after interviews, greeted his supporters who were waiting at the exit of the media, and then went to Ecuador TV, where he was scheduled to do another interview.
Alberto Acosta (MPD – PK) toured the province of Imbabura
The representative of the Coordinator of the Left movements, Alberto Acosta, yesterday began his journey taking in media interviews from Otavalo.
After the interviews, he met with members of the Indigenous and Peasant Federation of Imbabura to present his proposals.
Finally, he moved to Atuntaqui, Cotacachi and Ibarra to promote himself in the streets and squares.
Guillermo Lasso (CREO) took his campaign to Esmeraldas
Yesterday, at 10:45, the presidential candidate of the Creando Oportunidades movement (CREO) and former banker, Guillermo Lasso, hit the town of Esmeraldas to continue his campaign activities.
Lasso began with a walk in the central market area and then went along with his caravan through the main streets, in which he offered lower taxes as he greeted his supporters.
After the tours, Lasso spoke on local radio stations about his political project in case he reaches Carondelet.
Mauricio Rodas (SUMA) explained key points of his plan of government in Quito
The presidential candidate of the Sociedad Unida Mas Accion movement (SUMA), Mauricio Rodas, explained yesterday his program Safe Ecuador, which contains preventive and combative components, while filming a commercial in Quito.
Rodas revealed that his plan consists in promoting access to education, providing incentives to the private sector to provide employment, executing plans that promote the development of microenterprises, strengthen the police force, depoliticize and professionalize the judicial system, control the market of used goods, among others.
Norman Wray (Ruptura 25) conducted his campaign in the Ecuadorian Amazon
Norman Wray, presidential candidate of the Ruptura movement and former member of the ruling party, gave several interviews in Macas, after visiting the southern cantons of Morona Santiago.
Wray said that “economic incentives will be given to the private company that captures youth labor, assuming the employer contribution and a percentage of base salary for youth in order for them to choose education above work”.
After explaining points of his government plan, continued his campaign in Puyo.
Rafael Correa (Allianza PAIS) visited cantons of Pichincha
The candidate-president, Rafael Correa, in his tour around Pichincha, spoke yesterday with the Sao Paulo Forum, composed of leftist groups and characters, in which he explained the political situation of the country, especially in the field of freedom of expression.
Before the dialogue, Correa gave an interview on Radio FM Mundo, in which he spoke of the deepening of programs in health, education, employment and social security that has been implemented in his political project.
Lucio Gutierrez (PSP) was received in Tena
The presidential candidate of the Partido Sociedad Patriotica (PSP) and former president of Ecuador, Lucio Gutierrez, arrived yesterday to Tena, where he was greeted with whistles, flags and shouts of “List 3.”
Gutierrez began touring the Central Market along with his supporters, who gave him a Guayusa necklace.
He concluded his tour of the Cotundo and Archidona cantons, and then arrived to Napo. He then advanced to Pastaza in the evening hours.
Alvaro Noboa (PRIAN) keeps his social work in Esmeraldas
For the second consecutive day, the businessman and persevering presidential candidate for the Partido Renovador Institucional Accion Nacional (PRIAN), Alvaro Noboa, fulfilled an electoral agenda in Esmeraldas.
Noboa, continuing his campaign of social work, presided the delivery of a carrier bike to Mr. Eusebio Gongora, so he can begin a business.
“Eusebio Gongora is now a microentrepreneur of Esmeraldas. I do not promise, I give work,” said Noboa.