Lucio Gutierrez (PSP) took his government proposal to Cañar
The presidential candidate of the Partido Sociedad Patriotica (PSP), Lucio Gutierrez, along with his binomial, Pearl Ann Boyes, yesterday toured the province of Cañar.
Gutierrez led the caravan through markets and squares in Cañar, Azogues, Biblian and La Troncal, as he greeted supporters.
The former president took the tours to present his proposal of promoting entrepreneurship, supporting existing businesses and creating jobs and productivity.
Alvaro Noboa (PRIAN) planned electoral strategies in Guayaquil
Yesterday, presidential candidate of the Partido Renovador Institucional Accion Nacional (PRIAN), Alvaro Noboa, held planning meetings with managers and assembly candidates of his political group.
Noboa, through a statement after the meeting, stressed his proposal on education in universities. “I think the university should be free, without entrance examination, that every young person can choose what they want to study and without quotas. This is my commitment to young people, “he said.
The lawyer is scheduled to tour the Naranjal canton and District 1 of Guayas today.
Nelson Zavala (PRE) insisted on his proposal in Quito
The evangelical pastor and presidential candidate of the Partido Roldosista Ecuatoriano (PRE), Nelson Zavala, assisted yesterday afternoon to the Family Festival, held in the Parque Ingles, north of Quito, and took advantage of the congregation of people to insist on his government proposal, based on the family values.
“The family should understand that it is the core of the nation, the nation is where the family is,” said Zavala.
After the Festival, Zavala visited Cayambe, where he presented his proposal to strengthen agriculture ideas. “In this land, which is crafted with love, is where our dauly bread comes from,” he said.
Alberto Acosta (MPD – PK) visited Cotopaxi cantons
The binomial of the Coordinator of Left movements, formed by Alberto Acosta and Marcia Caicedo, yesterday toured four cantons of Cotopaxi and spoke to supporters about their plan of government.
After the tours, Acosta, in an interview with TV Color in Latacunga, insisted that the Constitution, approved in Montecristi, must be respected.
Finally, the candidates continued their tour in Pujili and Saquisili.
Guillermo Lasso (CREO) stated plan for teachers in Quito
Guillermo Lasso, presidential candidate of the Creando Oportunidades movement (CREO), yesterday crossed Sangolqui commercial sector, in the Valle de los Chillos, in which he submitted his 18th proposal: “Best Teacher” with ongoing training.
Lasso began his journey on the Luis Cordero and Mercado avenues along with his caravan, despite the heavy traffic, which is typical in the capital.
Mauricio Rodas (SUMA) campaigned in Imbabura
The presidential candidate of the Sociedad Unida Mas Accion (SUMA), Mauricio Rodas, yesterday toured the province of Imbabura to spread his government plan to his supporters, specifically, issues of job creation, support for agriculture and the reformulation of the Human Development Bond (BDH for its Spanish acronym).
Rodas also visited the community of San Pablo, where he met with representatives of the Ecuadorian Indigenous Federation of Ecuador (Feine for its Spanish acronym) and Amauta political movement, both groups related to Rodas.
The candidate said that SUMA matches with the Indigenous in the need to promote a law of land and water, and a proposal to ease unemployment in the area.
Norman Wray (Ruptura 25) revised electoral strategies in Quito
The presidential candidate for the movement Ruptura, Norman Wray, dedicated his time yesterday to participate in a meeting behind closed doors in Quito along with his movement companions to plan their weekly activities.
Last week during his tour of Eastern Ecuador, Wray said, in Macas, that the public media are necessary, but should not belong to the government.
While in Nueva Loja, he presented his proposals for youth employment, collective entrepreneurship, health, education and comprehensive security.
Rafael Correa (Alianza PAIS) had a private agenda in Quito
Yesterday, the candidate-president seeking re-election, Rafael Correa, dedicated his Sunday for a private agenda that was kept under reserve. Correa did not attend any public event.