A man named Carlos Munoz Yanez and an agency created by the ‘citizens’ revolution,’ whose name is the National Council of Intergenerational Equality, owe their fifteen minutes of fame to social networks.
It happened on Wednesday. In the case of Carlos Munoz Yánez it all started when someone posted a curious photo in social networks, the same he had posted on his Facebook page, in which he showed proud and happy, for having been appointed, in the role of delegate of President Rafael Correa, president of the National Council of Intergenerational Equality. And in the case of the agency, fame came when hundreds of users were met with a name almost indecipherable they had hardly ever heard. However, it turns out that watching its budget from 2013 to 2016, it costs 9’011.754 dollars to Ecuadorians.