February 2 webinar – Ecuador’s Presidential Election: Monica Palacios, UNES candidate for North America, interviewed by Joe Emersberger

Tuesday February 2, 7 pm Eastern time

On February 7, Ecuador holds important national elections. The progressive UNES party is leading in pre-election polls with the possibility of replacing the current rightwing government. Monica Palacios is a UNES party candidate for National Assembly. She is running for the seat that would represent Ecuadorians in North America.  She will be interviewed by Joe Emersberger, frequent writer on Ecuador author (with Justin Podur) of forthcoming book Extraordinary Threat : The U.S. Empire, the Media, and Twenty Years of Coup Attempts in Venezuela

The leading presidential candidate in the election is  Andres Arauz of UNES, a political ally of former President Rafael Correa, whose has been a target of a frame-up by present President Lenin Moreno. Arauz’s election would mean Ecuador would return to the orbit of Latin America’s socialist and progressive nations, joining Bolivia, Venezuela, Cuba, and Nicaragua.


Candidate Monica Palacios facebook page

      There will be simultaneous translation.

Joe Emersberger’s interviews with Ecuadoran presidential candidate Andres Arauz and with Guillaume Long, Rafael Correa’s Foreign Minister

with Andres Arauz

With Guillaume Long

Sponsored by:

Chicago ALBA Solidarity

Quinta Region – Ecuador in Chicago

Las Voces de los Migrantes

Alliance for Global Justice

Democratic Socialists of America International Committee

Frente Hugo Chavez para la Defensa de los Pueblos, Vancouver

Task Force on the Americas

Orinoco Tribune

Alberto Lovera Bolivarian Circle of New York


Young Latin@ Anti-Imperialist Media Collective

4 thoughts on “February 2 webinar – Ecuador’s Presidential Election: Monica Palacios, UNES candidate for North America, interviewed by Joe Emersberger

  1. We want to attend your Weminar an 2. Februar 2021 on Ecuador elections.
    We liked your weminar on Nikaragua. Thank you very much.


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