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Guillermo Lasso: Ecuador’s New President Faces Uphill Challenge

Guillermo Lasso has been sworn in as Ecuador’s president. The 65-year-old conservative former banker defeated left-wing rival Andrés Arauz in a closely fought run-off election on 11 April. He has taken up office amid one of the worst economic crises ever to confront the Andean nation, which is still grappling...
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Guillermo Lasso: Ecuador's new leader faces uphill struggle

Guillermo Lasso has been sworn in as Ecuador's president. The 65-year-old conservative former banker defeated left-wing rival Andrés Arauz in a closely fought run-off election on 11 April. He has taken up office amid one of the worst economic crises ever to confront the Andean nation, which is still grappling...
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The United States highlighted the arrival of Guillermo Lasso to the Presidency of Ecuador: “We share a commitment to democracy and cooperation in the field of security.”

US Ambassador to the United Nations and President Joe Biden’s delegate at the opening ceremony of Guillermo Lasso, Linda Thomas GreenfieldHe highlighted the importance his country sees in relations with Ecuador, with the former banker coming to power, succeeding Lenin Moreno. “I am delighted to be here to represent the...
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Ecuador’s Guillermo Lasso Has His Work Cut Out for Him

QUITO – When he takes office as Ecuador’s president on May 24, Guillermo Lasso will finally have a shot at the market-oriented overhaul of the country’s economy and institutions that he has promised for three consecutive presidential campaigns. The road ahead, however, may be tougher than he ever anticipated. The...
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Ximena Garzón will be in charge of the Ministry of Health in the Guillermo Lasso government | Politics News

The future minister has experience in the public sector. She is currently working as a Teaching Coordinator at the Carlos Andrade Marín Hospital. The president-elect, Guillermo Lasso, appointed Dr. Ximena Garzón Villalba as the new head of the health portfolio in his government that will start on May 24 and confirmed that it would be an honor to have her in the government cabinet, and he announced this. Monday.
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CNE Announces Their Numerical Results Confirm Their Winning Round Two Guillermo Lasso | Politics News

A total of 4 6 656 426 (52.36%) voters supported the presidential dualism of the CREO-PSC coalition, which supported Guillermo Lasso and Alfredo Borrero. Unanimously, that is, by the votes of five members of the National Electoral Council, the report of the final results of the second round of the presidential and vice presidential elections was approved on Sunday morning, By doing so, it announces the total numerical results for April 11, which confirms Guillermo Lasso and Alfredo Borrero as President and Vice President of Ecuador, with 52.36% of the vote.
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In Ecuador runoff election, conservative banker Guillermo Lasso leads

QUITO, Ecuador — Voters in Ecuador appeared to turn to a conservative businessman in Sunday’s presidential runoff election, rebuffing a leftist movement that has held the presidency for over a decade marked by an economic boom and then a yearslong recession, while in neighboring Peru a crowded field of 18 candidates was virtually certain to result in a second round of presidential voting in June.
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Conservative Guillermo Lasso wins Ecuador's presidential runoff

April 12 (UPI) -- Voters in Ecuador have elected conservative former banker Guillermo Lasso as their next president, election officials said. With nearly all votes counted in the runoff election, Lasso, 65, of the Creating Opportunities political movement, won 52.4% of the vote to left-leaning economist Andres Arauz's 47.4%, according to the Election Council website.
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Guillermo Lasso: Conservative ex-banker elected Ecuador president

A conservative former banker, Guillermo Lasso, has won Ecuador's presidential election following a run-off vote. His opponent, the left-wing economist Andrés Arauz, conceded defeat hours after polls closed on Sunday. With almost all the ballots counted, Mr Lasso had won 52.4% of the vote compared to Mr Arauz's 47.6%. Mr...
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Guillermo Lasso won the presidential elections in Ecuador

The center-right candidate Guillermo Lasso has been declared the winner in the ballot this Sunday in Ecuador when the scrutiny of 97.22% of the votes gives him a difference of 5.03 points over his correista rival Andrés Arauz. “This is a historic day, a day in which all Ecuadorians have...