Jairala said that Alianza Pais should “be responsible of internal discipline” because the difference of opinion about the coalition between the movement of Guayas and the regime in the next sectional elections is palpable.
Last Saturday, Pierina Correa, sister of the leader of the regime and of a section of Alianza Pais in Guayas, reiterated her opposition to the union of the two groups in the elections of February of next year.
Jairala said he does not fear facing Pierina Correa again at the ballot box, as in the last election, she finished second while trying to capture the Prefecture.
“My sleep is affected if I stay up late talking to my friends or if something happens to my children, about my family and of course problems in the Prefecture. I don’t loose my sleep to anything else, thank God, much less a conflict in an electoral race,” maintained Jairala.
Additionally, Jairala confirmed that in a month the Democratic Center will define its candidates.