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Guillermo Lasso, winning candidate in Ecuador: results of the Ecuador 2021 presidential elections

2021-04-12T05:28:46.816Z

This Sunday Ecuadorians attended the polls to choose a president between Andrés Arauz and Guillermo Lasso.



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21 hours ago

Latin American leaders react to the result of the second round of the elections in Ecuador

By CNN Spanish

(Photo by Gerardo Menoscal / Getty Images)

Latin American leaders and officials react after the second presidential round in Ecuador, in which Guillermo Lasso is the winning candidate.

The leaders of Uruguay, Colombia, Panama and others congratulated Lasso.

Read the note here.

23 hours ago

Guillermo Lasso, winning candidate of the second round in Ecuador

By CNN Spanish

Guillermo Lasso, from the CREO movement, is the winning candidate of the presidential election in Ecuador.

Former candidate Andrés Arauz acknowledged his electoral defeat.

. @ LassoGuillermo, from the CREO movement, is the winning candidate of the presidential election in #Ecuador.

The National Electoral Council announced that it will report the official results in a public hearing next Wednesday.

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- CNN in Spanish (@CNNEE) April 12, 2021

3 hours ago

Lenín Moreno congratulates Guillermo Lasso and says that "democracy has triumphed"

The president of Ecuador Lenín Moreno referred to the results of the second electoral round and congratulated the candidate Guillermo Lasso.

He did it through a message on Twitter on Sunday night and said "I wish him the best of success for the benefit of Ecuadorians."

Today, the Ecuadorian people have demonstrated democratic maturity on a peaceful and transparent electoral day.

Congratulations to @LassoGuillermo.

I wish him the best of success for the benefit of Ecuadorians.

Democracy has triumphed!

- Lenín Moreno (@Lenin) April 12, 2021

3 hours ago

Andrés Arauz recognizes the triumph of Guillermo Lasso in the Ecuador elections

Ecuador's presidential candidate Andrés Arauz acknowledged his electoral defeat in the second round.

"I am going to congratulate Mr. Lasso on today's electoral victory," Arauz said in a speech.

"We are a responsible and democratic actor in Ecuador," said the candidate.

Arauz recognizes the victory of Guillermo Lasso 2:50

3 hours ago

Guillermo Lasso gives a speech of thanks and is declared the winner in the second round

The Ecuadorian presidential candidate for the Political Movement Creating Opportunities (CREO), Guillermo Lasso, gave a speech tonight in front of his followers in Guayaquil, in which he celebrated the results he obtained in the second round of elections held this Sunday.

With 97.41% of the tally sheets, according to the National Electoral Council of Ecuador (CNE), Lasso has obtained 4,397,921 votes (52.52%) compared to the 3,976,278 votes (47.48%) obtained by his opponent at the polls, Andrés Arauz.

Lasso: Ecuador expressed the need for change 8:11

5 hours ago

Official results at 9:36 pm (Miami time)

Total minutes scrutinized: 38,401 of 39,985 (94%)

Andrés Arauz:

 3,937,163 votes (47.43%)

Guillermo Lasso:

4,364,320 votes (52.57%)

Source: CNE

6 hours ago

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Lenín Moreno's legacy to the next president of Ecuador

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7:42

6 hours ago

Official results at 9:00 pm (Miami time)

Total minutes scrutinized: 37,586 of 39,985 (94%)

Andrés Arauz: 

3,872,269 votes (47.32%)

Guillermo Lasso

: 4,311,512 votes (52.68%)

Source: CNE

7 hours ago

Official results at 8:42 pm (Miami time)

Total minutes scrutinized: 32,242 of 39,985 (80.64%)

Andrés Arauz:

3,245,533 votes (46.26%)

Guillermo Lasso:

3,769,618 votes (53.74%)

Source: CNE

7 hours ago

Official results at 8:25 pm (Miami time)

Credit: Gerardo Menoscal / Getty Images

Total records scrutinized: 28,149 of 39,985 (70.40%)

Andrés Arauz:

2,759,291 votes (45.35%)

Guillermo Lasso:

3,324,701 votes (54.65%)

Source: CNE

7 hours ago

Official results at 7:55 pm (Miami time)

Total minutes scrutinized: 16,414 out of 39,985 (41.05%)

Andres Arauz: 

1,623,326 votes (45.65%)

Guillermo Lasso:

 1,932,729 votes (54.35%)

Source: CNE

8 hours ago

More than 71% of citizens participated in this election day

The National Electoral Council of Ecuador (CNE) reported this Sunday that until 4:30 pm (local time) at least 71.35% of citizens had participated in the second round elections.

. @ DianaAtamaint: With cut-off at 16:30, a participation of 71.35% of the citizens is registered in the #SegundaVueltaEc.

Once again the @FFAAECUADOR and @PoliciaEcuador guaranteed order in the precincts and the custody of the electoral packages.

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- cnegobec (@cnegobec) April 11, 2021

7 hours ago

CNE begins to transmit official results of the second round

Credit: Gerardo Menoscal / Getty Images

The National Electoral Council has already begun to transmit the official results of the second round of elections this Sunday:

Here's how the results go at 7:00 pm (Miami time):

Total records scrutinized 832 of 39,985 (2.08%)

Andrés Arauz:

95,944 votes (51.67%)

Guillermo Lasso:

89,752 votes (48.33%)

7 hours ago

CNE says exit polls are not "official results"

Credit: FERNANDO MENDEZ / AFP via Getty Images

The National Electoral Council of Ecuador (CNE) reported this Sunday that it expects to begin transmitting official election results from 7:00 pm local time (8:00 pm Miami time) through its institutional channels, which They include the website, the mobile application and social networks.

Through a statement, he also said that the so-called exit polls "have a margin of error and do not reflect the result of the votes recorded by Ecuadorians at the polls."

8 hours ago

Andrés Arauz, the letter of Correísmo to the presidency of Ecuador

Andrés Arauz Galarza is the candidate of the Left Alliance Union for Hope that seeks to reach the presidency of Ecuador promoted by former President Rafael Correa.

Arauz, 36, is the youngest candidate to participate in a second electoral round in the democratic history of Ecuador.

The candidate offers to resume the policies of socialism after the division of the left in the country.

Who is Andrés Arauz?

4:24

8 hours ago

Guillermo Lasso, the candidate who aspires for the third time to preside over Ecuador

Guillermo Lasso Mendoza, from the "Creating Opportunities" movement, participates for the third time as a candidate for the presidency of Ecuador.

In all these attempts he has reached the second round and hopes that this time the victory is on his side.

Lasso, from Guayaquil, has been linked to public and private entrepreneurship for 50 years.

He raised one of the largest banks in the country and now seeks to win the vote of sectors that have historically resisted opting for a right-wing trend.

Who is Guillermo Lasso?

4:24

9 hours ago

This is how Lasso and Arauz used social networks for their presidential campaigns

In Ecuador, social networks have been key in the second presidential electoral round.

And it is that the two candidates for the presidency, Guillermo Lasso and Andrés Arauz, set out to try to win the votes of those who demand greater participation and respect for their rights.

Youth, women, the LGBTQ community, indigenous people and environmentalists were the target of the campaigns.

The role of social networks in the elections in Ecuador 4:01

9 hours ago

Lenín Moreno: There will be respect for the results of the elections

The president of Ecuador, Lenín Moreno, voted and said that results should be expected, that "no excesses" will be allowed and that there will be an "orderly" and peaceful transition.

The president cast his vote this Sunday at the Colegio Sagrados Corazones de Rumipamba in Quito.

At the end, Moreno sent a message to the nation in which he asked the population to be attentive to the final results and that, as a government, the electoral result will be respected.

Moreno: There will be respect for the result of the elections 0:35

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