Today marks two months of the plebiscite in which the ¨yes ¨won with a wide margin. The Goodwill Law was repealed and the Transitional Participation Council operates normally. In mining, the intangible zones are delimited and a technical commission works in the Yasuní National Park.
Two months after the referendum and popular referendum held on February 4, practically the entire popular mandate emanating from that process has been fulfilled.
The President of the Republic, Lenin Moreno, has also highlighted the scope of the plebiscite, especially for the economic reactivation, the fight against corruption and the protection of nature.
In his opinion, the most important questions focused on the reactivation of the economy, with the repeal of the Goodwill Law, and in nature, by promoting responsible mining and conserving the Yasuní.
Despite the campaign for the ‘no’ led by his predecessor, Rafael Correa, in the five referendum questions and the two referendum questions the ‘yes’ won with a wide margin. To implement the popular mandate, legislative reforms have been approved and executive decrees issued, which are already published in the Official Register and in force.
The five referendum questions, which refer to the fight against corruption, to indefinite re-election, to the Council for Citizen Participation and Social Control (CPCCS), to the protection of children and to mining, were applied immediately, as a constitutional norm.
This happened after the National Electoral Council (CNE) published the final results. (I)