But the most general malaise was linked to the Last Database monthly increase in fuel prices, which led to a new call for the mobilization of the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador. The protest was met with a positive balance from the parent Last Database organization of the indigenous movement and the government's affirmation that the marches were a failure. The had decided to mobilize in localities and not advance towards Quito, as happened in several Last Database provinces. And finally, the strike was interrupted by the departure of President Lasso from the country and by the declaration of a long holiday at the beginning of November.
Although the social mobilization was rather localized and did not generate the spillover effect of the 2019 protests, it established the position of the indigenous Last Database movement and various organized sectors against the government and introduced the streets as an alternative Last Database scenario to Parliament for the processing of crimes. politics. The government's response has moved between attempts at dialogue and strengthening of repressive Last Database devices, among which the state of emergency, decreed for the security reasons mentioned above, ends up being functional.
The implications of the Pandora Paper In reality, links with offshore Last Database companies are not a new issue in the political-business history of Lasso, the main shareholder of Banco de Guayaquil, the country's second-largest financial institution, but the revelation fell like a bucket of cold water in the current political situation. On October 3, the Last Database investigation by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists called the Pandora Papers was made public. It revealed that three Latin American presidents were part of the nearly 300 politicians and public officials from more than 90 Last Database countries that have companies and accounts in tax havens. One of them is, precisely, Guillermo Lasso8. According to the newspaper El País , Lasso eliminated these companies before running for.