Guadalupe Llori

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Esperanza Guadalupe Llori Abarca (b. 1962 or 1963) is an Ecuadorian politician who was prefect of Orellana Province. She is a member of the Pachakutik Plurinational Unity Movement. She has been the President of the National Assembly of Ecuador since 15 May 2021.[1]

Ecuadorian politician

Guadalupe Llori
President of the National Assembly
Assumed office
15 May 2021
Preceded by César Litardo
Provincial Prefect of Orellana
In office
2009–2018
Preceded by Alberto Zambrano
In office
2005–2008
Preceded by Colon Caicedo
Succeeded by Alberto Zambrano
Mayor of Puerto Francisco de Orellana
In office
2000–2004
Personal details
Born
Esperanza Guadalupe Llori Abarca

1962 or 1963
Puerto Francisco de Orellana, Ecuador

Nationality Ecuadorian
Political party Pachakutik
Occupation Politician

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Llori began her political career with the 2000 Ecuadorian provincial elections [es], being elected mayor of Puerto Francisco de Orellana. Her term was primarily focused on improving healthcare. In the 2004 provincial elections [es], Llori was elected prefect of Orellana Province, representing the alliance of Pachakutik, Christian Democratic Union, and Social Christian Party.[2]

On 8 December 2007, she was arrested on charges of sabotage and terrorism for allegedly organizing a strike in Dayuma, Ecuador.[3] During her detention, she reported experiencing humiliation and mistreatment, compelling the Human Rights Foundation to send a complaint to the Ecuadorian government.[4] On 25 January 2008, a judge of the Superior Court of Nueva Loja ordered her release, but the order was annulled just days later after the judge was accused of perverting the course of justice after stating his opinion on the matter to a local TV station.[5]

In early March 2008, the Ecuadorian Constituent Assembly granted amnesty to everyone involved in the Dayuma strike, but Llori renamed incarcerated. There were allegations against her of embezzlement of public funds intended for the construction of roads in Orellana Province. On 7 March, she was dismissed from her position by the provincial council in a 3–2 vote,[4] and she was succeeded by Alberto Zambrano.[6] In September of that year, she was cleared of the charge of embezzlement, finally leaving prison after nine months in prison.[7] In January 2009, a judge ordered that Llori be restored to her office,[8] but this was successfully appealed by Zambrano.[9] Ultimately, she was re-elected to her office in the 2009 provincial elections [es] for Pachakutik and defeated Zambrano and the Democratic People’s Movement.[10] She was reelected again in the 2014 elections [es] by a wide margin.[11]

On 15 May 2021, she was elected the new president of parliament in Ecuador.[12]

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