Voting stations close in popular consultation that seeks to toughen the fight against crime in Ecuador

Voting stations close in popular consultation that seeks to toughen the fight against crime in Ecuador

Quito The electoral precincts closed on Sunday and the counting of votes immediately began in the popular consultation and referendum promoted by Ecuadorian President Daniel Noboa that seek to toughen the fight against violence, unleashed since 2021 by organized crime.

With the sound of sirens in the schools converted into voting boards, the day ended, to which 13.6 million Ecuadorians were summoned.

It was the third consultation in just over a year, although the first held during the government of Noboa, a 36-year-old millionaire businessman who assumed power in November for a period of just 18 months and who may run for re-election in February.

The first results of election day are expected to be released between two and three hours after the polls close.

In this consultation, Ecuadorians had to comment on 11 questions. There is the possibility that some will be approved and others rejected.

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