His best national electoral participation occurred in C Level Contact List February 2021, after the popular uprising of October 2019, when Yaku Pérez Guartambel, his presidential candidate, won 20% of the votes and was about to go to the second round. In the C Level Contact List current call, Conaie is not alone: it has coordinated its actions and declarations with two national rural organizations with an indigenous and peasant social base, the Council of Evangelical Indigenous C Level Contact List Peoples and Organizations of Ecuador (Feine) and the National Confederation of Peasant Organizations, Indigenous and Black (Fenocin).
The first, as its name indicates, is an organization C Level Contact List of evangelical indigenous people, while the second brings together a network of rural organizations that in some provinces competes with Conaie and is more decidedly peasant-oriented. Other popular urban organizations have adhered to the strike or have called for parallel mobilizations that are connected C Level Contact List with it: the Popular Front, based on student and teacher groups, the Unitary Front of C Level Contact List Workers, of labor unions, and a multitude of decentralized feminist, environmental, Christian, neighborhood and student groups. But what sustains and encourages this urban mobilization, more dispersed and delayed, is the rural encouragement of the base communities of the Conaie.
For this reason, obviously, the rebellion is more C Level Contact List intense where there are bases organized by the indigenous entity and less strong where it is weaker, such as on the coast or in various Andean cities, such as the southern Cuenca or Loja. Whatever the C Level Contact List final outcome of this new Ecuadorian popular rebellion, Conaie will emerge even stronger. How to explain the survival of more than 30 years of continuous capacity for mobilization? The mystery that C Level Contact List surrounds this authentic political and organizational miracle becomes deeper when the continuous conflicts between leaders or the constant divisions and tensions that accompany each election of a new president of the organization are remembered.