“We have not been as inspectors,” said Mujica arriving in Ecuador

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The first report of Unasur will be this Friday. | Photo: @unasur

The Special Mission of the Union of South American Nations (Unasur) arrived Friday to Ecuador to accompany the elections of Sunday 19 February. “We have not been as inspectors,” said the representative of the mission, José “Pepe” Mujica”, former President of Uruguay.
The President of the National Electoral Council (CNE), Juan Pablo Bozo, received the Mission of Unasur, Mujica Uribe and several delegates from the international body.
Bozo said that Unasur will deliver two reports on the elections. The first will be presented on Friday.

“Do not come as inspectors” #PepeMujica speaks with the press in #Guayaquil #Elecciones2017EC pic.twitter.com/q1qK8oM34C – UNASUR (@unasur) February 17, 2017 #MisiónElectoralUNASUR accompanies the General one of their countries elections members, #Ecuador #Elecciones2017EC pic.twitter.com/sDS8GWMmUp

-UNASUR (@unasur) 17 February 2017 the electoral mission of Unasur met previously with the National Electoral Council and the Electoral contentious Tribunal of the South to review the details of the elections this Sunday, when more than 12 million Ecuadorians will elect authorities of his country, including President and Vice President of the Republic, members of the National Assembly and representatives to the Andean Parliament.
The main candidates are Lenín Moreno, from the ruling Alliance country, and Guillermo Lasso, Entrepreneur of the opposition party movement CREO. Of be necessary, the second round would be the 2 of April of 2017.

#MisiónElectoralUNASUR accompanies elections in #Ecuador as part of the cooperation that provides #UNASUR countries Member #Elecciones2017EC – UNASUR (@unasur) 17 February 2017 > Rafael Correa of Ecuador says goodbye after 10 years of achievements