Lenín Moreno will receive may 16 President credentials

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President Rafael Correa will deliver its position on 24 May. | Photo: Reuters

The President-elect of Ecuador, Lenín Moreno, re-elected Vice-President Jorge Glas, from the official party Alianza País, will receive next May 16 credentials to exercise their positions as leaders of the Executive, reported Sunday the Electoral National Council (CNE).
The highest representative of the CNE, Juan Pablo Pozo, published through your account on the social network Twitter the delivery schedule for the credentials to elected officials the last 19 February and on the ballot on April 2 in that South American country.
> Lenin Moreno assumes obligation to revolutionary overcome Correa ⭕️ here the official calendar of the delivery of credentials to all elected officials at #Elecciones2017EC | Join us! pic.twitter.com/YeKDxGA1aO – Juan Pablo Pozo B. (@JuanPabloPozoB) April 23, 2017 elected legislators in the provinces of Orellana and Sucumbios you were the first to receive the credentials by the CNE on April 20. Similarly, well said that the accreditation process to regional lawmakers will continue until next May 11.
This is done once the CNE resolved several legal challenges and the count of more than 1.2 million votes, which reaffirmed the Moreno victory with the support of 5.062.018 votes by the population, before the losing opposition candidate of the Alliance believe-sum, Guillermo Lasso, which did not recognize the results.

#ReconteoCNE ratified the will of the people and transparency in the electoral process. @JuanPabloPozoB pic.twitter.com/mKUqfRvQIG – CNE Ecuador (@cnegobec) April 23, 2017 > belt: destabilizing Plan in Ecuador is “tracing and copy” of what is happening in Venezuela of the Ecuador election officials defended the transparency of the presidential election with the backing of regional and international guests who participated in the verification process.
The current President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, delivered on 24 May the presidential sash to his successor Lenín Moreno, after ten years at the head of the citizen revolution in that nation.