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El Partido Roldosista Ecuatoriano mejor conocido por su acrónimo PRE, es un partido político ecuatoriano liderado por Abdalá Bucaram Ortiz. Su característica más notoria es el estilo personalista que le ha impreso Bucaram desde su dirección. El partido fue fundado en 1982 con un grupo de amigos de la universidad, entre los conocidos Edmundo Briones y el abogado Victor Hugo Castañeda Calderón de buen desempeño político pero olvidado, en la ciudad de Guayaquil, queriendo llenar el vacío político causado por las muertes de Asaad Bucaram Elhalim, tío de Abdalá Bucaram, y el presidente Jaime Roldós Aguilera, cuñado de Abdalá Bucaram. Bucaram creó el partido llenando el vacío que dejó la agrupación liderada por su tío, el Concentración de Fuerzas Populares (CFP). Bucaram, siguiendo la política populista su tío y siguiendo el ejemplo del cinco veces presidente de la República José María Velasco Ibarra y el "Velasquismo", creó el "Roldosismo" adoptando el partido (y nombre) de su fallecido cuñado.

 

En las elecciones legislativas de Ecuador de 2013 obtuvo un representante para la Asamblea Nacional.

 

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The Ecuadorian Roldosist Party (Partido Roldosista Ecuatoriano) is a populist political party in Ecuador. The party was named after former President Jaime Roldós. It was founded after Roldós' death by his brother-in-law Abdalá Bucaram as a more leftish spin-off from the Concentration of People's Forces. Bucaram was elected President in 1996 but was impeached the following year. Though Jaime Roldós's brother León Roldós is still very involved in Ecuadorian politics, he is not a member of the Roldosist Party.

 

At the legislative elections, 20 October 2002, the party won 15 out of 100 seats. Its candidate Jacobo Bucaram Ortiz won 11.9% of the vote in the presidential elections of the same day, coming in 6th place. At the legislative elections of October 15, 2006, the party was badly defeated, winning 6 of 100 seats in the Congress. Its presidential candidate in 1998, Álvaro Noboa, who was narrowly defeated in that election, ran as a presidential candidate in 2002, 2006 and 2009 for another party and participated unsuccessfully in a runoff both times. The Roldosist Party's own presidential candidate for the 2006 election, Fernando Rosero received less than 2% of the vote.

 

Founder: Abdalá Bucaram

Founded: December 1982

Ideology: Populism

 

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2011-11-24

updated: 2013-08-28

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