Nelson Zavala (PRE) gave statements to the media in Quito
The evangelical pastor and presidential candidate of the Partido Roldosista Ecuatoriano (PRE), Nelson Zavala, campaigned yesterday in Quito, city in which he began with a radio interview before heading to the headquarters of the movement, where there was a photo session with the assembly candidates for Pichincha.
After the photographs, Zavala gave an interview on Channel RTU, in which he insisted for more than an hour, in the defense of the family as fundamentals for the unity of society.
Finally, the pastor traveled by land, to Lago Agrio, Sucumbios.
Alberto Acosta (MPD-PK) had a busy schedule in Quito
The presidential candidate of the Coordinator of Left Movements, Alberto Acosta, began yesterday with an interview on Radio Democracia, then went to Channel RTU to record a program, and then gave declarations to Ecuador Inmediato.
After the visit to the media, Acosta traveled along with his caravan, to the Ipiales sector, in the historic center of Quito, and then walked to the beach area called La Marin.
Finally, Acosta went to Cayambe canton in the province of Pichincha; toures the Calderon parish and the popular neighborhood of Carapungo, north of Quito.
Guillermo Lasso (CREO) toured Guayaquil
Guillermo Lasso, presidential candidate of the Creando Oportunidades movement (CREO), yesterday began his campaign with visits to media, and then move to Canton Naranjal.
Once in Naranjal, Lasso walked several shopping streets, in which he outlined his proposal “Entrepreneurship once again,” which is based in the restructure of businesses experiencing financial problems.
Finally, Lasso concluded his tour with a walk in Portete Avenue, in the city of Guayaquil.
Mauricio Rodas (SUMA) campaigned in Guayaquil
The presidential candidate of the Sociedad Unida Mas Accion (SUMA), attended media interviews during yesterday morning; after the interviews, he began a journey from the Batallon del Suburbio to downtown Guayaquil, along with his binomial, Ines Manzano.
During his tour, Rodas greeted his supporters and offered to increase social security coverage in the country, implementing a project that principally benefits single mothers.
Norman Wray (Ruptura 25) campaigned in Quito markets
Presidential candidate of the Ruptura movement, Norman Wray, yesterday visited the Iñaquito market traders, in northern Quito, in which he was received with joy.
Wray, along with his supporters and candidates for national assembly, distributed bracelets and broadly released his government plan to people there.
Finally, the candidate toured the Amazonas Avenue, up to the new headquarters of Rupturs, located in La Mariscal street.
Rafael Correa (Alianza PAIS) spoke of the achievements of his government, in Puyo
The candidate-president seeking reelection, arrived yesterday with his caravan to Puyo, where he was received by members of the Movimiento Unidos por Pastaza, led by the prefect Jaime Guevara and the mayor German Flores.
Correa, after reaching the center of Puyo with microphone in hand, took the opportunity to talk about the work that is running the government, including the Escuela del Milenio and Hospital Puyo, which are not yet completed.
Lucio Gutierrez (PSP) offered to revive the banana business in El Oro
The presidential candidate of the Partido Sociedad Patriotica (PSP), Lucio Gutierrez, yesterday toured Machala, Pasaje, Santa Rosa and Arenillas in the province of El Oro
Among the tours, Gutierrez established a dialogue with media, in which he revealed that his proposal for the banana sector is to “return to negotiations with the European Union and the United States to establish trade agreements.”
Gutierrez also offered lower interest rates and expand production loans.
Alvaro Noboa (PRIAN) continues to promote microenterprise in Guayas
The presidential candidate of the Partido Renovador Institucional Accion Nacional (PRIAN), Alvaro Noboa, arrived yesterday at the San Fernando campus in the Yaguachi Canton, where he made the delivery of agricultural implements, on behalf of the Cruzada Nueva Humanidad Foudation, to Mrs. Eva Faguinzon Briones, mother of 6 children.
Mrs. Eva received a spray pump, 5 bags of rice seeds, fertilizer bags, insecticide, and other spraying implements.
Upon delivery, lawyer Noboa declared: “Correa’s government has failed in its agricultural policy in the last six years in which farmers have lost money.”
Noboa is scheduled to tour the canton Samborondon today, where he will preside the delivery of a canoe and fishing instruments on behalf of the Foundation.