MY TOTAL SUPPORT TO MARCOS LAINEZ, LEGISLATOR FOR SANTA ELENA
Guayaquil, Thursday 26 January 2017
Press Release # 27
PEOPLE OF SANTA ELENA HAS BEEN FORGOTTEN
Without utility services, no sewage service, jobless, suffering from insecurity and in total abandonment, the inhabitants of the Province of Santa Elena claim for help.
Alvaro Noboa, the leader of the Adelante Ecuatoriano Adelante party, moved to this county of the Ecuadorian coast, to verify with his own eyes the abandonment suffered by this population, whose needs have not been met in ten years of government. “Alvarito, I for my part, am 76 years old and look how we live here, there´s not even a sidewalk or a sewer. When it rains water abounds, and I have to be with a make a trench to avoid that water enters my house,” said Cruz Lino.
Another problem is the lack of security; they claim that they are constantly victims of pirates on the high seas.
“What happens to our fellow fishermen who go out daily to bring the daily sustenance for their families? They are victims of pirates of the sea, they rob all their tools: their boats, the engines and fishing implements at the same time,” said Jesus Amador Reyes.
Alvaro Noboa, accompanied by Marcos Lainez, Freddy Leon, and Doramar Collins, candidates for Assemblymembers in the province of Santa Elena, pledged to move this population forward, the same that clamors for urgent help and change. “That’s why I’m asking you Ecuadorians to vote for us so that the assembly members and all those who are going to work for Ecuador in the future can eradicate crime and take you out of poverty, and improve the streets and the sewerage system. Go forward Ecuadorians, let us go!”