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Economy, health, security, education, and foreign policy will be the main topics to be discussed.
Union for Hope (UNES) leftist presidential candidate Andres Arauz and right-wing Creating Opportunities (CREO) candidate Guillermo Lasso today will hold their first presidential debate of the April 11 runoff.
Given the resignation of journalist Andrea Bernal to be the moderator in the second round presidential debate scheduled this Sunday by the National Electoral Council (CNE) of Ecuador, journalist Claudia Arteaga agreed to take her place.
According to the Manual of the National Debate Committee, notary Marcelo Saltos made the corresponding draws, which made Lasso the debate's first speaker, and Arauz the one to follow.
On Thursday National Electoral Council (CNE) set the five topics to be discussed during this first debate: economy, health, security, education, and foreign policy.
Ecuador’s health minister resigned Friday after just 19 days in the job, amid a growing scandal over the distribution of Covid-19 vaccines to well-connected figures. In his letter of resignation, he stressed that he was stepping down for strictly personal reasons.#YorubaNationpic.twitter.com/KPcyQwU3qu