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Sourav kumar
Jul 13, 2022
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The first and second rounds. Lasso, for his Phone Number List part, obtains slightly more votes than expected (that is, assuming several reasonable assumptions regarding the votes of the other candidates), but grows considerably in the percentage of Phone Number List valid votes in all provinces between the first and second rounds. of the presidential elections. A comment to finish. What has been said here does not ignore the merit or effectiveness of Lasso's campaign in Phone Number List the weeks prior to the elections. The failures of campaign, or any of the Phone Number List endless list of factors that contributed to the final result. On the contrary, all we do is point out what is, perhaps, the most immediate mechanical reason in the causal sense that explains Lasso's victory, given the results that we observe. On the other hand, any Phone Number List reading of political economy or of another type that attributes the defeat of the progressive candidate to the trend towards the right in the South American regional context, the destruction of the notion of what is public in Ecuador due to the Phone Number List absence of government during the administration de Moreno, the collusion of the media conglomerates to favor the right-wing candidate. The tricks of the campaign Phone Number List managers during the electoral season, etc., surely have a lot of explanatory merit. However, the same readings would have been valid if had won, and the only reason he did not win was due to the immediate and mechanical influence of the massive invalid vote on the electoral results. Therefore, the interpretation Phone Number List through the conceptual model proposed in this article is, perhaps, the most relevant explanation of the victory of one and the defeat of the other. It is worth noting the paradox that, despite Phone Number List the presidential victory of the right, the incoming National Assembly is made up of large.
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