IO Livestream | Episode 1
Sebastián Díaz—an Impunity Observer policy analyst—and Mauro Echeverría—Impunity Observer deputy editor—explain how Ecuadorian President-Elect Daniel Noboa won the election against Correísmo. Further, they analyze the main challenges that Noboa will face in his term, which will last one year and a half, given that Guillermo Lasso dissolved Congress six months ago.
For Díaz and Echeverría, Noboa’s capacity to address the chief concerns of Ecuadorians—the insecurity crisis and lack of economic opportunities—remains a mystery. They contend, however, that the president-elect will work swiftly to tackle these issues because he will need to make a name for himself before seeking reelection in 2025.
- Follow Díaz and Echeverría on X.
- “Why Ecuadorian Journalists Are Heading for the Exits,” Impunity Observer.
- “Ecuadorian Underdog Set to Humiliate Rafael Correa,” Impunity Observer.
- “Why Ecuador’s Law Enforcement Is No Match for Narcos,” Impunity Observer.
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