Guillermo Lasso

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Guillermo Lasso
Guillermo Lasso perfil vertical.jpg
Itinerant Ambassador
In office
January 27, 2003 – 2003
President Lucio Gutiérrez
Preceded by Position created
Succeeded by Position abolished
Superminister of Economy
In office
August 17, 1999 – September 24, 1999
President Jamil Mahuad
Preceded by Position created
Succeeded by Position abolished
Governor of Guayas
In office
August 10, 1998 – August 17, 1999
President Jamil Mahuad
Preceded by Rafael Guerrero Valenzuela
Succeeded by Benjamín Rosales Valenzuela
Personal details
Born Guillermo Alberto Santiago Lasso Mendoza
(1955-11-16) 16 November 1955 (age 58)
Guayaquil, Ecuador
Political party Creating Opportunities
Spouse(s) María de Lourdes Alcívar Crespo
Children 5
Residence Guayaquil
Religion Roman Catholicism
Website Personal website

Guillermo Alberto Santiago Lasso Mendoza (born 16 November 1955) is an Ecuadorian businessman and politician, presidential candidate for the Ecuadorian general election, 2013 for the party Creating Opportunities.[1][2] He arrived in second place with 22.68% of valid votes, but as incumbent President Rafael Correa received 57.17% of votes, a round-off didn't take place.

Lasso during the 2013 election.

References[edit]

  1. ^ CREO enrolled Lasso-Solines binomial
  2. ^ "In that case the opposition should unite around a single candidate who, according to ARCOP, would be Guillermo Lasso, with 26% of voter preference in the same survey." Correa’s reelection is uncertain

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