MPD will take legal action: great deception of Correa & Santiago Pérez was evident. 53% of Ecuadoreans rejected the proposal


The National Board of MPD announced that the referendum results show the political defeat of the government. Over 50% of the population rejected the proposal for consultation. The main leader of this organization stated that the GREAT DECEPTION orchestrated by the regime and pollster Santiago Perez of 20 points of difference between yes and no, came to the floor in a crude attempt to hide a series of irregularities that account for a brutal error of about 1,500,000.

Luis Villacis, said the Electoral Control Center organized by the MPD is consistent with data from the quick count of the CNE, in which there is a difference of less than 6 points between the YES and NO. There are 12 provinces in the country that said NO to the arrogance and corruption: Bolívar, Carchi, Cotopaxi, Chimborazo, Loja, Morona Santiago, Napo, Pastaza, Tungurahua, Zamora Chinchipe, Orellana, Canar. Abroad, gains in Madrid, Bogotá, Argentina, Switzerland and even in the case of Pichincha, NO wins in questions 4, 5, 7 and 9. Percentages compared to the last election, Correa was reduced by 17% of the vote, which is the result of discontent and betrayal by Correa.

Villacis said that MPD plans to initiate legal action according to Articles 148, 355, 201 and 257 of the Penal Code against the great deception committed by Santiago Perez to give false information, leading to a concurrence of crimes that must be investigated and punished.

The government is desperate to make this lie true, and therefore, the MPD and social organizations call for popular mobilization in vigil to defend voting to vote, because 60% of the records are suspended.

Luis Villacis reported that the PHD Enrique Mafla, Professor at the Polytechnic and technical delegate to the CNE, has been unable to verify and monitor the authenticity of the computer system and components of this system, a request made ​​from 5 May. To this date there has been no response.

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