Jimmy Jairala, Prefect of Guayas managed that his provincial movement was the first to be approved by CNE (for its Spanish acronym). It’s purpose is to present candidates of legislators in the upcoming elections of 2013.
During the parties of Pascuales that started in a urban parish of Guayaquil, the Central Democratic Movement was present, with parades, dances and traditional games, where Pedro Valens, president of the movement in Pascuales said, “We don’t just appear in the elections. Jairala is always there.”
The Central Democratic Movement has a lot of political activity with a leader that it’s not a candidate or anything. Prefect Jairala has been in charge for more than three years, in that time Jairala pointed out that the investments are really small. “Because most of the sympathizers collaborate freely (…) Besides, we are not in campaign period yet, the expenses are not that high and for the things we need, which is not much, we have a group of collaborators.”
Currently the movement has the support with almost 44 thousands and 17 political centrals in the Guayas province. According to Jairala, the next step of the movement is to obtain its expansion on a national scale. AV