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Ecuador to revise Constitution to allow presidential re-election
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09:34, March 26, 2008

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Ecuador's Constituent Assembly is revising the Constitution, aiming to introduce a mechanism to allow presidential re-election for a second term, an Alianza Pais party official said Tuesday.

Four Constituent Assembly delegates from Alianza Pais proposed a five-year presidential term with allowance for a one-term re-election.

The four representatives also agreed to include an article in the future Constitution to allow the revocation of the mandate of the head of State after two and a half years in office.

If the revision proposal is approved, it will be debated by the Constituent Assembly's plenum.


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