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Supporters of Ecuadorean presidential candidate for the CREO party Guillermo Lasso, protest outside the National Electoral Council in Quito on February 20, 2017, as they wait for the final results of Sunday's presidential election. 
Leftist Lenin Moreno was crossing his fingers Monday for outright victory in Ecuador's presidential vote, but risked being forced into a runoff that could shift the country to the right. With nearly 89 percent of the votes counted, he was still short with 39.10 percent, against 28.3 percent for his conservative competitor, Guillermo Lasso. / AFP / RODRIGO BUENDIA        (Photo credit should read RODRIGO BUENDIA/AFP/Getty Images)
Supporters of Ecuadorean presidential candidate for the CREO party Guillermo Lasso, protest outside the National Electoral Council in Quito on February 20, 2017, as they wait for the final results of Sunday's presidential election. 
Leftist Lenin Moreno was crossing his fingers Monday for outright victory in Ecuador's presidential vote, but risked being forced into a runoff that could shift the country to the right. With nearly 89 percent of the votes counted, he was still short with 39.10 percent, against 28.3 percent for his conservative competitor, Guillermo Lasso. / AFP / RODRIGO BUENDIA        (Photo credit should read RODRIGO BUENDIA/AFP/Getty Images)

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Durante la semana de las elecciones en Ecuador hubo varias marchas y protestas pero para muchos esto solo se pudo ver por las redes sociales digitales.

¿Cómo se cubrieron las elecciones en Ecuador?

Durante la semana de las elecciones en Ecuador hubo varias marchas y protestas pero para muchos esto solo se pudo ver por las redes sociales digitales.