Posted On 12 Apr 2017
On the night of April 11, hundreds of Guayaquil citizens returned to the streets for the tenth day of consecutive demonstrations against the government and the disagreement with the runoff results announced by the National Electoral Council (CNE), which gave victory to Lenin Moreno.
The protest began once again outside the Electoral Delegation of Guayas, where a tent has been installed to provide food for those who make vigil at the site.
Starting at 7:00, the mobilization moved through the Plaza Dañín Avenue, reaching the Francisco de Orellana Avenue, to finally return to the meeting point in the north of the city.
Protesters like Patricia Mazón said she was aware of the inconvenience mobilizations cause, however – she said – it is a “small discomfort for a greater good.”
For its part, the Governor´s office issued yesterday afternoon a statement in which warns the protesters of the penalties determined by the Penal Code for all those who disturb the public order.