Posted On 27 Mar 2014
Since yesterday, the elected Mayor of Quito, Mauricio Rodas, meets a local tour to keep approaches with the mayors of Guayaquil and Cuenca for cooperation between cities.
His first interview was with Marcelo Cabrera, who returns to the cuenca Mayor after five years. In the event, both pledged to exchange experiences in the field of mobility, environment, insecurity, airport, competitiveness and planning. In that sense, Rodas and Cabrera reiterated their desire to work in coordination with the Government of Rafael Correa, whose movement lost the Mayor of both cities.
In this way, the future Mayor of Quito stated out that he does not lead a front of opposition to the regime, as the ruling party had suggested during the recent campaigns. His second stop on this tour is Guayaquil. There he will hold a meeting with Jaime Nebot, an open opponent to Correa’s Government.
At the meeting to be Held, Rodas will invite Nebot to be part of this network of cooperation of local governments. This initiative makes a difference with the outgoing Mayor Augusto Barrera (A. País), who launched several criticisms to his colleague from Guayaquil.