Enrique Herreria dissociated of the movement Madera de Guerrero to join César Montúfar, Andrés Páez, and Leonardo Viteri in their efforts to promote the No option in this referendum next May 7. The reason for his separation was because the movement “was not doing enough to oppose a query that, in their opinion, takes the country into a dictatorship.”
These lawmakers have been steadfast opponents of government critics and it is precisely because of this issue that they decided to come together in a campaign against that after the referendum could transcend to a legislative agreement, a possibility that is gradually taking shape.
Their next presentation will be in Latacunga. As part of the event, this Monday there will be a walk through the main streets of the city. In addition they will ask people to vote No in the referendum; they will also fight and demand for freedom of César Carrion, who was director of the Police Hospital and now faces a lawsuit by the events of 30 September.
On the other hand, Martha Roldós (RED) and activist Carlos Vera both from Unidos por la Democracia have toured the provinces of Guayas, El Oro, and Los Rios, in his eagerness to promote the No campaign.