Alvaro Noboa (PRIAN) guarantee that he will remove the pipeline
Businessman and persevering presidential candidate of the Partido Renovador Institucional Accion Nacional (PRIAN), Alvaro Noboa, toured yesterday afternoon, District 2 of Guayas accompanied by his supporters and candidates to the assembly, who went along with him trough the populous areas of Flor de Bastion and El Fortin.
Noboa went to the route where the pipeline goes trough and assured that the work represents a danger to the inhabitants of northwestern Guayaquil, therefore, if he gets to the presidency, he will withdraw the pipeline away from populated areas. “Here I am in Flor de Bastion, in the spot where the pipeline passes. If this site suffers an accident, it would affect thousands of Ecuadorians who live in this area, “he said in a statement.
The candidate will tour along with the Assembly candidates, District 1 North in the city of Quito.
Nelson Zavala (PRE) took his caravan to Machala
The evangelical pastor and presidential candidate of the Partido Roldosista Ecuatoriano (PRE), Nelson Zavala took his campaign to Machala, El Oro province, in which he participated on tours and visits to local media.
His travels started from the streets Pichincha and Santa Rosa and moved to the main districts of the capital city, in which he used to greet people with their candidates to the assembly.
Finally, Zavala finished his day of campaigning in the Pasaje canton.
Alberto Acosta (MPD-PK) campaigned in Imbabura and Bolivar
Alberto Acosta, presidential candidate for the Plurinational Coordinator of the Left Movements, made up of the Movimiento Popular Democratico (MPD) and Pachakutik (PK), yesterday visited the provinces of Imbabura and Bolivar.
At early morning, Acosta gave interviews in media from Riobamba. Then toured the city market, where he spoke with traders.
Then, the candidate went to Guaranda and the Surupogios sector where he shared the Pampa-mesa (sharing food) with indigenous, then left in a caravan toward Balsapamba and also visited Caluma.
Guillermo Lasso (CREO) wants to rescue agriculture in Manabi
The former banker and presidential candidate of the Creando Oportunidades movement (CREO), Guillermo Lasso, arrived yesterday morning to El Carmen, in Manabi, where he began with a walk to the Las Palmas complex, in which he met organizations of peasants, farmers and offered an economic recovery in agriculture and eliminate the college entrance test.
Then, the candidate made caravans towards Flavio Alfaro and Chone, where he offered loans to farmers, freeze the prices of staples and not to raise the cost of domestic gas.
Mauricio Rodas (SUMA) unveiled government proposals in Babahoyo
The presidential candidate of the Sociedad Unida Mas Accion movement (SUMA), Mauricio Rodas, yesterday began his campaign day with a visit to Babahoyo, where he gave several interviews to local media. Rodas said that he will open thousands of jobs, eliminate discriminatory rules for seniors and reduce the amount of unnecessary ministries.
Following the statements, Rodas toured the ciry and offered to rescue the agro with projects like “Ecuador Agriculture” and “Irrigation for Everyone.”
In addition, the candidate offered to invest in tourism because “Ecuador is a haven with incredible natural beauty.”
Norman Wray (Ruptura 25) will provide employment for the youth of Pichincha
The presidential candidate of the Ruptura movement and former member of the ruling party, Norman Wray, yesterday visited cantons Puerto Quito, Pedro Vicente Maldonado and San Miguel de los Bancos, in the province of Pichincha.
Wray then met with supporters from his political movement and toured the downtown streets of Puerto Quito along with Assembly candidates for the district 4 of the capital city.
In the afternoon, in Pedro Vicente Maldonado, Wray spoke about his proposal for youth employment and indicated that between 2013 and 2017; approximately 140,000 young people will enter the labor market in search of their first job.
Rafael Correa (Alianza PAIS) criticized his opponents in Imbabura
The candidate-president seeking re-election, Rafael Correa, yesterday took his campaign to the province of Imbabura, where he participated in rallies and media visits.
The president had a busy tour schedule in Ibarra, Atuntaqui, Cotacachi, Otavalo and Pimampiro. In Ibarra, Correa criticized his opponents. “In the old times, bankers ruled the country along with politicians and the media. That’s how they made the bank holiday … “he said.
In an interview with local media, the president also said that an equipment of good people is needed to support the Revolution. He defended his “soccer player” candidates and criticized “celebrity candidates”.
Lucio Gutierrez (PSP) will eliminate immediate reelection
Former president and presidential candidate of the Partido Sociedad Patriotica (PSP), Lucio Gutierrez, kept his agenda in Guayaquil, where he toured several neighborhoods along with his Assembly candidates and participated in Ecuavisa’s chat channel organized on their website.
Gutierrez, in statements to Ecuavisa, said he will eliminate immediate reelection for candidates to compete on equal terms. It will return to the previous system that allowed a run for president after spending a period. He also offered teachers that they will teach for 40 hours a week.