Lenín Moreno

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(politician)
BornLenín Boltaire Moreno Garcés
19 March 1953

Employment.png President of Ecuador Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
24 May 2017 - Present
Preceded byRafael Correa

Lenín Moreno (born 19 March 1953) is an Ecuadorian politician who is the current President of Ecuador, in office since 24 May 2017.

Lenín Moreno was Vice President from 2007 to 2013, serving under President Rafael Correa.[1]

 

Event Participated in

EventStartEndLocation(s)Description
WEF/Annual Meeting/202021 January 202024 January 2020World Economic Forum
Switzerland
This mega-summit of the world's ruling class and their political and media appendages happens every year, but 2020 was special, as the continuous corporate media coverage of COVID-19 started more or less from one day to the next on 20/21. January, coinciding with the start of the meeting.

 

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