Ruling-party candidate Lenín Moreno holds a rally in Quito, Ecuador on Wednesday. He’s the front-runner in Sunday’s presidential race, but it’s unclear if he can clench it in the first round or will face an April 2 runoff.
Ruling-party candidate Lenín Moreno holds a rally in Quito, Ecuador on Wednesday. He’s the front-runner in Sunday’s presidential race, but it’s unclear if he can clench it in the first round or will face an April 2 runoff. Courtesy - Alianza País
Ruling-party candidate Lenín Moreno holds a rally in Quito, Ecuador on Wednesday. He’s the front-runner in Sunday’s presidential race, but it’s unclear if he can clench it in the first round or will face an April 2 runoff. Courtesy - Alianza País

Ecuador votes Sunday for a new president. Will ‘Citizens Revolution’ still hold power?

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