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Un político ecuatoriano. El corriente alcalde de Guayaquil. | An Ecuadorian politician. The mayor of Guayaquil since 2000.
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Jaime José Nebot Saadi (Guayaquil, 22 de octubre de 1946) es el alcalde de Guayaquil. Nebot fue diputado por la provincia del Guayas del antiguo Congreso Nacional desde enero del 1998 hasta el cese de sus funciones en el 2000 cuando postuló su candidatura a la alcaldía de su ciudad natal. Además, fue designado por el ex presidente León Febres-Cordero Ribadeneyra como Gobernador de la provincia del Guayas en el período comprendido entre 1984 a 1988. También fue dos veces candidato a la presidencia de la República, llegando a la segunda vuelta electoral en aquellas dos ocasiones y siendo vencido en ambas.

 

Se graduó en la Universidad Católica Santiago de Guayaquil, donde obtuvo el título de Licenciado en Ciencias Sociales y Políticas. Posteriormente, fue nombrado como Abogado de los Tribunales de la República, cargo en el cual se desempeñó hasta su comienzo en la vida política al ser designado gobernador del Guayas. Además, en el año de 1998, después de perder la presidencia de la república en la elecciones presidenciales de 1996, frente a Abdalá Bucaram, anunció su candidatura para diputado del Congreso Nacional del Ecuador.

 

A finales del 1999 anunció su postulación como candidato a la alcaldía de Guayaquil por el Partido Social Cristiano, la cual ganó al año siguiente con lo cual se convirtió en el sucesor de León Febres-Cordero Ribadeneyra. A partir de estos sucesos, se ha mantenido en aquel cargo hasta la actualidad, obteniendo la reelección el 2004. Nebot es también considerado como el líder de la oposición al gobierno de Rafael Correa Delgado.

 

El 5 de enero de 2009 inscribió su candidatura a la reelección por la alcaldía de Guayaquil en las elecciones municipales de Guayaquil del 26 de abril del mismo año, de las cuales resultó vencedor con el 68.44% de los votos en la primera vuelta.

 

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Jaime Nebot (born October 22, 1946) is an Ecuadorian politician. He currently serves as mayor of Guayaquil, Ecuador's largest city. He is affiliated to the Social Christian Party. He ran twice unsuccessfully for president of Ecuador. He is considered the protege of former president León Febres-Cordero.

 

Political activity

In 1990 Nebot ran for congress on the Social Christian Party slate and won a seat representing Guayas province. On August 31, 1990, while a parliamentary session was being broadcasted on TV, Nebot, visibly agitated, began shrieking hysterically at a fellow congressman, Víctor Granda of the Socialist Party. "Come here so I can urinate on you," Nebot shouted at Granda. "I can't just hit you. I have to urinate on you." Police had to stop Nebot from physically assaulting his opponent. The disagreement stemmed from Granda's alleged backroom dealings with members of other parties.

 

In 1992 Nebot ran for president for the first time. He ran for president a second time in 1996. Nebot ran on a privatization of public services platform. After placing first in the first round held in May, Nebot ran against populist Abdalá Bucaram in the July runoff. Bucaram succeeded in portraying Nebot as a member of the ruling class, thereby denying him support from the working class. Bucaram's negative campaign struck a chord among many poor voters. For example, when a line in Bucaram's TV ads mentioned the "evil oligarchy," the ads also showed a photo of Nebot with the caption "well pampered rich kid." Nebot was also harmed by an untimely remark from his party boss and political mentor, León Febres-Cordero, who said on TV that Bucaram "was the candidate of pimps, prostitutes, and marijuana users."

 

fter losing the election, Nebot became active in the opposition against Bucaram. In January 1997, Nebot called for the removal of Bucaram from office, arguing that Bucaram was insane. Nebot rejected the Social Christian Party's nomination for the presidency and ran for congress instead. He won a congressional seat and held it until 2000, when he ran for mayor of Guayaquil.

 

In 2000 Nebot was elected mayor of Guayaquil. He was reelected in 2004 for another four-year term. He made public works the focus of his administration. He started an urban-renewal program to gentrify blighted areas of Guayaquil's center. In 2006, Nebot inaugurat. d Metrovía, a mass-transit system based on dedicated lanes for public buses. Metrovía was an effort to decongest Guayaquil's notoriously bad traffic.

 

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2011-11-23

updated: 2013-08-28

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