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    Posted February 17, 2013 by
    Guayaquil, Ecuador
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    Elecciones presidenciales en Ecuador


    I voted at ¨Colegio Nacional Ana Paredes de Alfaro¨ in Guayaquil, Ecuador. There is one word to describe the elections at that place: DISORGANIZED... I had to wait one hour and a half to vote (in our hot and humid weather), because the waiting line was extremely long. I have voted at the exact same place in the past, and it used to take me 15 minutes to vote. Now, instead of becoming more efficient, it has become inefficient. Also, people were cutting lines, and the authorities did nothing to stop it.
    When I started voting, I was told to use the pen that the CNE had, not my pen. I refused to use the pen that the CNE provided, and the people in charge did not like my answer. In the past, there have been erasable pens............ That is why I take mine.

    The pictures I am sending are proof of the long waiting lines and the disorder at ¨Colegio Nacional Ana Paredes de Alfaro¨ in Guayaquil, Ecuador.

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