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The ministerial session will be preceded by a meeting of a technical advisory committee (TAC) aimed at reviewing the draft IGAD Games so as to prepare for a smooth and coordinated ministerial summit for the adoption of the Charter, according to the statement.
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QUITO, Ecuador — The Latest on Ecuador's presidential election (all times local):
Ruling-party candidate Lenin Moreno has been declared the winner in Ecuador's presidential election although his rival has yet to concede defeat after several exit polls showed him winning by a small but comfortable margin.
With more than 94 percent of voting acts counted Moreno won 51 percent of the votes to 49 percent for conservative banker Guillermo Lasso.
The head of the National Electoral Council called on the candidates to recognize the results.
"Ecuador deserves the ethical responsibility from its political actors to recognize the democratic decision made by the people at the ballot box," said council president Juan Pablo Pozo.
But Lasso, who earlier had claimed victory based on three exit polls showing him winning by as many as 6 points coach tote bags outlet , said he would seek a recount.
"Let's not be provoked. We will act democratically and with respect for authorities but firmly to defend the people's will," Lasso said in a message posted on Twitter. "We're not fools, nor are the Ecuadorean people."
Ruling party candidate Lenin Moreno has won Ecuador's presidential runoff, according to an official quick count by electoral authorities coach shoulder bags outlet clearance , although his rival is seeking a recount after three exit polls showed him winning by a comfortable margin.
Moreno won Sunday's race with 51 percent to 49 percent for banker Guillermo Lasso, according to the quick count of a statistically-selected voting acts commissioned by the National Electoral Council.
Minutes earlier a separate quick count by a respected local group said found was a technical tie with a difference of less than 0.6 percentage points separating the two candidates. The group refrained from saying which candidate was leading until the electoral authorities made their pronouncement.
Official results still being counted showed Moreno ahead by two points with 94 percent of voting acts counted.
Lasso has demanded a recount and urged his supporters to remain firm so that the popular will is respected.
Lenin Moreno is winning by almost two percentage points, according to preliminary official results published on the National Electoral Council's website.
With more than 92 percent of voting acts counted, Moreno has 51 percent to 49 percent for rival Guillermo Lasso coach shoulder bags outlet , according to the website. But the council had not yet made any declarations and Lasso has already claimed victory, citing exit polls that showed him winning. The council said it would provide results at 8 p.m. local time (0100 GMT).
President Rafael Correa, who backs Moreno, immediately celebrated.
"The moral fraud of the right-wing won't go unpunished coach satchel bag outlet clearance ," said Correa, referring to the fact that an exit poll which accurately predicted the first-round results showed Lasso winning the runoff by 6 points.
Ruling party candidate Lenin Moreno is repeating his claims of victory and angrily denouncing as misleading a poll showing his opponent winning.
"In the next few minutes you'll know the truth," a defiant Moreno told supporters outside his party's headquarters. "We've got the correct data, we've won the elections and I'm going to be the president of all Ecuadoreans."
Moreno said the poll by Cedatos coach satchel bag outlet , which accurately predicted the results of the eight-way first round in February, was paid for by the bank partly owned by his rival, Guillermo Lasso.
The head of Ecuador's National Electoral Council said that authorities will begin issuing preliminary, official results from Sunday's presidential runoff at 8 p.m. EDT (0100 GMT).
Both candidates have claimed victory in what's shaping up to be a nail-biter race pitting conservative former banker Guillermo Lasso against President Rafael Correa's hand-picked candidate, Lenin Moreno.
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A few dozen supporters of opposition candidate Guillermo Lasso are gathering outside Ecuador's National Electoral Council to guard against what they fear could be attempts to steal his victory in Sunday's election.