Ecuador is heading to a runoff presidential election in April after a young leftwing candidate won a first-round victory on Sunday, following years of austerity measures made more painful by the pandemic. Andrés Arauz , a 36-year-old protege of former president Rafael Correa, will advance to the 11 April runoff, but it was still too close to call whether he would face environmental activist Yaku Pérez or...Full Article
Ecuador presidential election heads into runoff after leftist wins first round
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