The economist Gino Cornejo aspires to become mayor of Guayaquil, for that purpose he is backed by the Adelante Ecuatoriano Adelante political movement, led by the former presidential candidate, Alvaro Noboa.
He assures that he has been preparing both professionally and practically, in order to serve the city of Guayaquil correctly and appropriately.
“Guayaquil needs someone willing to work,” said Cornejo
In addition to being an economist, he is an Engineer in Business Management, and has completed a master’s degree in business administration in Chile and another in the Polytechnic University of Barcelona. Now he is about to finish a PhD at the University of Buenos Aires.
He claimed to be a lover of the city of Guayaquil, and believes that he can grow even more and develop. Guayaquil is the city of commerce, said that should be encouraged.
“Citizens must unite to be able to move forward to Guayaquil,” he added that the city cannot be allowed to have two visions.
He said that within his plan of action in case of reaching the mayor’s office is to provide more services, more employment and more security.
He was critical of the city’s current transport system, said that in its management the citizen may have other alternatives, among which are an elevated train and a fluvial transport system.
He argued that ATM fines will be lowered, which he described as “an attack on human rights.”
“It cannot be possible that we are practically putting our hands in the pockets of citizens, with something that seems to be a confiscatory tax.” He compared it with the Law of Inheritance and Goodwill.
He argued that constant work will be done with the young people of the city, schools will be implemented in districts “to leave the” H “and look for the” T “of the work. There will be a complete work that will be based on prevention, recovery and labor reintegration.
On the subject of insecurity, he said that Security Advisory Councils will be held in which there will be meetings with the National Police, the ECU 911, citizens and merit with the Army, which allows for the adoption of public policies. “We will seek to prevail the citizen’s right over the scourge of crime,” he said. (I)