Alvaro Noboa (PRIAN) continues to promote microenterprise in Guayas
The businessman and persevering presidential candidate of the Partido Renovador Institucional Accion Nacional (PRIAN), Alvaro Noboa, toured the Naranjal Canton yesterday with his supporters.
There he delivered on behalf of the Cruzada Nueva Humanidad Foundation, an irrigation pump and other work tools to the farmer Miguel Arce Cordova.
After presiding the delivery, Noboa criticized the agrarian policy of Rafael Correa’s government, specifically the increased cost of inputs. Noboa proposes to change the structure in favor of the farmer. “I am a farmer and I want the farmer to make money,” he said.
Lawyer Noboa plans to visit the Yaguachi Canton today to continue his campaign on job creation.
Nelson Zavala (PRE) took his campaign to Ambato
The presidential candidate of the Partido Roldosista Ecuatoriano (PRE), Nelson Zavala, yesterday began its third week of campaigning in the city of Ambato, in which he made visits to local media, then toured places, markets and streets, where he assured supporters that he went inside politics to rescue Ecuadorian values.
Zavala took advantage of the tours to meet with pastors and transporters, who also heard his government proposal.
After the tours, the evangelical pastor set up in Plaza del calzado Juan Cajas at Ingahurco, and made use of local speakers to communicate some of his proposals for his government.
Finally, Zavala said a prayer for the merchants and the Ecuadorian population.
Alberto Acosta (MPD-PK) campaigned in Quito
The representing candidate of the Plurinational Coordinator of the Left movements, made up of the Movimiento Popular Democratico (MPD) and Pachakutik (PK), Alberto Acosta, dedicated yesterday morning to attend a nation-wide radio broadcast composed of Quito, Platinum, Centro, Exa and Vision radio stations and other stations that were linked in other provinces, such as City, from Guayaquil, where he explained his plan of government.
Acosta insisted that if he wins the presidency, he will respect the Constitution of Montecristi and fight against corruption.
Following the statements in the radio media, Acosta was devoted to cross the southern suburbs of the capital, on Mariscal Sucre avenue, Ajavi streets and the Solanda sector.
Acosta plans to continue his campaign in Quito today.
Guillermo Lasso (CREO) offered a better police service in Guayaquil
20,000 police hiring, training for teachers and Traffic Law reform were the proposals released yesterday by the presidential candidate of the Creando Oportunidades movement (CREO), Guillermo Lasso, on a tour around La Florida, in Guayaquil.
In the afternoon, Lasso visited the Guangala, the cooperative Esmeraldas Chiquito and Las Malvinas.
Lasso plans to continue his campaign in Guayaquil.
Mauricio Rodas (SUMA) gave interviews in Guayaquil
The presidential candidate of the Sociedad Unida Mas Accion (SUMA), Mauricio Rodas, divided his day of campaigning yesterday to participate in interviews, take tours and attend to business meetings in Guayaquil.
Rodas began his campaign day with statements on Radio Caravana, and then continued with Tropicana, Carrusel and Morena radio stations.
In the afternoon, the candidate arrived at the Parque Centenario, where he gave a press conference for the media.
Finally, Rodas had a meeting at the Chamber of Industry.
Norman Wray (Ruptura 25) gave lectures to university students in Quito
The presidential candidate from the Ruptura movement and former member of the ruling party, Norman Wray, met yesterday afternoon with students from the University of the Americas (UDLA), to participate in a lecture on economy, employment, education, health, legal reform and to clarify the role to be played by young people in his possible administration.
Wray also attended several interviews with media.
Rafael Correa (Alianza PAIS) spoke of journalists’ salaries in Quito
The candidate-president seeking re-election, Rafael Correa, yesterday offered support from his government, in case he wins the elections, a “contingency plan to subsidize the wages of journalists” of small media. This after the dismissals of journalists after the wage increase of $ 600 and $ 800.
The development of this program will be the responsibility of the Ministry of Communication of the Presidency, said during a radio interview in Quito who attended as part of his election campaign.
Correa, after the statements, traveled to Latacunga and Ambato.
Lucio Gutierrez (PSP) recalled past accomplishments in Cuenca
Yesterday, former president and presidential candidate of the Partido Sociedad Patriotica (PSP), Lucio Gutierrez, visited Cuenca, Azuay province, and made a stop at the party headquarters.
There, accompanied by leaders and supporters, Gutierrez recalled the thirteen years of the “military coup” that he led and resulted in the fall of Jamil Mahuad from power.
“That was really a revolution that took the power from bankers and corrupt government,” Gutierrez told his supporters from Azuay.
Then, the PSP leader toured markets along the Oña and Nabon cantons.