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Candidate for mayor of Portoviejo who suffered an attack in December came to vote with police protection


In the midst of guarding and police operation, Javier Pincay, candidate for mayor of Portoviejo, came to vote in a vote-receiving board in the Riochico parish.

Pincay suffered an attack with shots on December 20. After that event, which has not yet been detained, Pincay underwent surgery twice.

After that attack there were another three against transport units and even at a headquarters of the Avanza movement in the heart of Portoviejo, which has not left any detainees either.

Avanza Bureau in Manabí supports Javier Pincay’s candidacy for mayor of Portoviejo, despite the fact that he still has a reserved prognosis

“We have come to exercise our right to vote, so that Portoviejo continues to grow. We have come to say yes to democracy, to have better days,” Pincay said briefly after exercising his right to vote.

The electoral process takes place in Portoviejo with relative normality, with delays in the installation of polling stations and complaints of allegedly scratched ballots, although without specifying.

Four people were injured after attack on the headquarters of the candidate for mayor of Portoviejo

Byron Joza, candidate for mayor of Portoviejo for the Caminantes movement, came to exercise his vote at the Technical University of Manabí, indicating that he hopes that the process will develop normally.

He also expressed his solidarity with the incident that caused the death of Puerto López mayoral candidate Omar Menéndez, assassinated on Saturday night in a hitman-style attack that also claimed the life of a 16-year-old boy. (YO)

Source: Eluniverso


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