In April, forty-year-old Ecuador’s first right-wing president was elected for fourteen years, the former banker swore an oath in the United Nations parliament of the Brazilian president on Monday.
“Today, Ecuador announced that it is opening its doors to world trade”, Guillermo Lasso said at the inauguration in Quito on Monday, May 24. Elected in April the first right-wing president of Ecuador for fourteen years, he thus promised the opening of the country “Free trade with our greatest ally”.
According to the country’s constitution, 65-year-old Guillermo Lasso (Guillermo Lasso) was sworn in in the unicameral parliament, Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro (Jair Bolsonaro), and Dominican Republic’s President Luis Abinade (Luis Abinader) and Haitian President Jovenel Moïse (Jovenel Moïse) attended the oath ceremony. According to the Parliament, King Felipe VI of Spain.
The US government delegation was led by its ambassador to the United Nations, Linda Thomas-Greenfield. Linda Thomas Greenfield (Sunday) announced after arriving in Quito that free elections, such as the election of Mr. Russo to the presidency, are an example of democracy in Ghana. The area.
Mr. Russo will have to rule a divided country in the pain of an economic crisis. Affected by the decline in crude oil prices, the oil country’s GDP contracted by 7.8% in 2020, and the region’s global debt accounted for 63% of the GDP.
The former banker bet on free trade and job creation, and entrusted the Ministry of Economy and Finance to Simon Cueva, an economist working for the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
“I am not here to satisfy the hatred of a few people, I am here to satisfy the greatest number of hungry people”The new leader said that the focus of the new government’s work is to eliminate child malnutrition, work hard to achieve gender equality, and solve the unemployment problem worsened by the pandemic.
The conservative, enthusiastic Catholic and head of state loyal to the ultra-conservative Catholic organization Opus Dei made a third attempt after failing in 2013 and 2017.
In the second round of voting on April 11, he defeated the 36-year-old Andrés Arauz with 36.36% of the voter turnout. He ended the reign of the left, which was the former socialist leader Raphael Correa (Rafael Correa) (2007-2017) is a symbol and has lived in Belgium since leaving office.
The conservative, Creo leader replaced the unpopular Lenin Moreno. According to the polling agency Cedatos, Lenin Moreno’s popularity fell from 53.4% in four years. To 9.3%.
Mr. Russo must walk with crutches, he warned “Difficult months” Waiting for him on the front lines of the fight against the pandemic. “We will be vaccinated without a break because the virus has no rest”, He said, insisting that his goal is to vaccinate 9 million people within 100 days.