Lasso plans to present in the three missing socializations of the amendments, despite unrest in Ibarra
The CREO political movement ‘will take hold of‘ the space created by the government to inform about the 16 amendments to the Constitution. This was reported by the legislator of the movement, Patricio Donoso.
Its leader, Guillermo Lasso, not only intervened in the discussion group about reforms in Ibarra, but he will be present in all that are developed in the provincial capitals. “He’s leading the opinion of 80% of Ecuadorians who want the referendum. We must ask the people about this. He, as a national leader tells the government, not only to the Assembly, to listen to the voice of the Ecuadorians,” said Donoso.
The occasional commission of the Assembly, organizer of these citizen encounters, would have to deal with the presence of Lasso and his followers in their upcoming appointments: Riobamba, Ambato and Loja.
For Assemblyman Avanza, member of the commission, Bayron Pacheco, what happened in Ibarra should not happen again. There, supporters of the ruling party and the opposition clashed loudly. Serene, mature and respectful behavior is required from citizens, he said. “We will not receive him in all provinces because he will say the same. He already had the opportunity to intervene. We must be respectful in public hearings,” he said.