Ecuador elections 2017
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Isn't it all just beautiful?
Other agriculture isn't profitable here.
I would love it if Tesla trades down below $200.
Given that GM is selling its money-losing Opel division, I couldn't agree with Moreno more.
This has to end, it's ended in Argentina, now it will end in Ecuador, and next up is Venezuela.
No, it's not possible. But we have to wait for official results to be 100 percent.
We can't celebrate until they've officially announced a second round.
Do you see me desperate? It's because we're going to win the elections just like we won the first round.
The second round will be tight.
We can't return to our history of instability when the richest stole our money with impunity.
We know that the projections could give us victory in the first round. We are waiting in a democratic and peaceful manner for the results from electoral commission.
I want to tell them not to toy with the will of the Ecuadorean people. It's not there yet. If they mess around, we will go out onto the streets. So they, the government, should be responsible.
As president, Lasso would give this country a new face. First with jobs, secondly by giving us back the dignity we've lost with this corrupt government.
My hands are extended to embrace every single Ecuadorean who dreams of change.
I want Ecuador to keep advancing and Lenin will help poor people have a better life.
I have faith we'll reach 40 percent.
We've shown that by campaigning honorably you can win elections. We've had to endure terrible attacks that can't be justified just because of the heat of an election.
We've lived 10 years of disgrace, 10 years of theft, corruption, false honesty, a country-wide regression where only a few have benefited.
This government must continue because it's the best one in all political history. It's built everything: Hospitals, roads, schools. I don't believe any candidate but Lenin Moreno.
These scandals are one more little drop in the glass that was already full.
He is the ringleader.
Unfortunately the modus operandi of these companies is to give tips to those in charge of managing contracts, and that's hard to detect.
Not all of them are perfect but they have done more than those before them.
He was our Messiah. A populist figure who came to save the day. We gave him and his party complete and total power. His backing was massive. The Messiah also came in Argentina and the Messiah also came in Venezuela.
In the real world when you have a good-paying job that you know might not last, you save money for a rainy day. He didn't. Ecuador was living day by day.
He also hasn't decreased the size of the government. Those who are hurt the most are in the middle class.
Only a blind man can deny the change we have brought to our land.
It's not a democracy, There is no separation of power. The press is not free to say what they have to say. They could end up in jail.
I say to you all: the mission continues. The mission for people with disabilities, yes, but also for elderly people, women who have been abandoned, domestic workers, children, young people, or women who have been mistreated.
We are going to eliminate and get rid of 14 taxes here in Ecuador, because the Ecuadorean people have had enough of so many taxes, so much abuse, and above all the most malignant tax of them all: the corruption among Correa's people.
Do it in one round! We're proposing major surgery to remove corruption. You don't steal from the fatherland!
You must choose between continuity or change to live better. I have experience in creating jobs, I've done it in the last 40 years and I can do it for Ecuador.
The Tribunal's decision on damages sends a clear message that governments cannot expropriate investments without fair compensation. ConocoPhillips sought to protect its interests to the fullest degree and the tribunal acknowledged our legal rights and the unlawful nature of Ecuador's actions.
The "findings are fully consistent with our own investigation's conclusion that this activity was isolated to a single individual.
This has been a long and challenging process for all of us, especially those within our baseball operations department. We have learned a great deal along the way and we have taken additional steps to ensure that something like this doesn't ever happen again.
Although Mr. Correa's conduct was not authorized by the Cardinals, as a matter of MLB policy, I am holding the Cardinals responsible for his conduct. A club suffers material harm when an employee of another club illegally accesses its confidential and proprietary information, particularly intrusions of the nature and scope present here. In addition, as a result of Mr. Correa's conduct, the Astros suffered substantial negative publicity and had to endure the time, expense and distraction of both a lengthy government investigation and an MLB investigation.
"This has been a long and challenging process for all of us, especially those within our baseball operations department,". "We have learned a great deal along the way and we have taken additional steps to ensure that something like this doesn't ever happen again.".
The solution to stopping migration isn't walls or borders. It's solidarity, humanity and the creation of peace and well-being for everyone in the world. So long as a just distribution of wealth is not met, the world's social problems will not be resolved.