Not only is the table not served, it is also half built. The government of President Lenín Moreno inherited a series of unfinished works and now looks for mechanisms to specify the operations. There are legal problems and, in some cases, they do not have clear sources of financing. After almost 28 months of a new administration, there are still buildings that cannot be delivered to the public for their use.
There are schools and hospitals, for example, that have the progress of more than 90%, but were abandoned in the government of former President Rafael Correa without a detailed explanation. These cases were assumed by the Vice Presidency of the Republic and mechanisms are sought for the inauguration and prompt opening.
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