Posted On 26 Feb 2014
Alianza Pais needs of officialism allied parties: Avanza and Frente Amplio, who won 65 mayors and two prefectures in the country, in order to maintain its influence in the majority of the sectional governments.
The two political groups, made available to President Correa all mayors, Governors and councilors that would win the elections on Sunday. Yesterday, the Frente amplio party made a call to the three political asociations to come together and to form a coalition of the left. And it went further: the Assembly member Fabián Solano will present in the coming days a draft of constitutional reforms that allows the head of State
to be reelected. This document will be analyzed by Alianza País and then delivered to the legislative power.
Ramiro González, Minister of industries and leader of the movement Frente Amplio however asserts that the Secretary of the policy, Betty Tola; the Executive Secretary of the ruling Movement, Galo Mora; and the Chairman of the Board of the IESS, Fernando Cordero, prevented implementation of the consensus between the two organizations.
Finally the President Rafael Correa announced last night in Guayaquil that there will be changes in the ruling political movement that will reach the Cabinet.