Ecuador Faces a Make-or-Break Election
In the presidential run-off election that will take place on 11 April, Ecuadorians face the choice between betting on a progressive candidate or having to put up with four years of a business oriented government, linked to finance and the economic powers that be, national and international.
Although the binary vision is usually reductionist and can give rise to the feeling of extortion, it is clear that at this point it is a choice between heads and tails. And literally, the “tails” option, that of the right, the banks and social Christianity, represented by Guillermo Lasso, a member of Opus Dei, is that of those who do not show their real face.
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