Guayaquil, Tuesday 31 January 2017
Newsletter # 30
ALVARO NOBOA, AEA LEADER, SEEKS TO PUT AN END TO THE SOCIALISM OF THE 21ST CENTURY
Under heavy rain, the head of the Adelante Ecuatoriano Adelante party, Alvaro Noboa, accompanied by the candidates for Legislators of Los Rios province, Jenny Lara and Andres Luque, and the National Assemblywoman candidate, Sylka Sanchez, were yesterday night in Babahoyo presenting their proposals in the case of winning the legislative elections of February 19.
“Our proposal is to put an end of this Socialism of the XXI Century once and for all, and to generate more and more production in Ecuador, and work, work, and more work,” said Alvaro Noboa.
During his tour, Noboa visited several microentrepreneurs, who expressed their dissatisfaction with the abandonment in which they are. “This government has fucked up Ecuadorians with so many high taxes, and they keep saying that this is a good thing, but we are fucked up. This is a corrupt government that has charges us so many taxes. We can no longer survive with so many taxes,” expressed a desperate Mario Shora, owner of a supply center.
Flexible loans, access to decent housing, access to free education, elimination of taxes, elimination of safeguard tariffs, generation of employment, more liquidity, free trade, the eradication of drugs and crime were some of the requests of the residents of Babahoyo.
“That’s why Ecuadorians, to put an end to this fatal continuity, to this poverty of ten years, I beg you from the heart, to vote for us, and we are going to move Ecuador forward. Go forward Ecuadorians, go forward!” said Noboa.
Despite the abundant rain that accompanied him during the whole walk, the leader of the Adelante Ecuatoriano Adelante party said he was pleased to visit this land because it brings him pleasant memories. “And it keeps raining here in Babahoyo, and beautiful memories come to me, like my first political campaign, back in 1998 when I won the election, which took place here in Babahoyo, and under this wonderful rain that blesses us,” stated the Ecuadorian businessman.