Last Tuesday Galo Mora presented during a press conference the proposed scheme in the Constitution to establish limitless terms for elected officials.
The names of President Rafael Correa, the executive secretary of the Alianza PAIS (AP), Galo Mora, and the mayor of Guayaquil and representative Madera de Guerrero (MG), Jaime Nebot, appeared at the end of document.
While Mora presented the proposal said that this extended “officially” the invitation that the president already made in its last Saturday broadcast. He did so in the company of three members of the local policy AP: Maria de los Angeles Duarte, director of Public Works and Minister, Viviana Bonilla (secretary of the movement and governor) and Pierina Correa (member and president of the Sports Federation of Guayas).
Nebot did not respond yesterday to this proposal because he said he uses his time to work. However, the mayor did release their statement in a verse “The president is choppy, so he acts obfuscated. Screaming he requests my relief, but in vain… because Guayaquil want their mayor. There is no law of the funnel, because this town is not dumb.”