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The Democratic Left Party (Spanish [Partido Izquierda Democrática], ID) is a social-democrat party in Ecuador. It is a member of the Socialist International. At the legislative elections, held on 20 October 2002, the party won at least 13 out of 100 seats. Its candidate Rodrigo Borja Cevallos, who was president of Ecuador from 1988 to 1992, won 14.4 % of the vote in the presidential elections of the same day. For the October 2006 elections, it has entered into an alliance with the Ethics and Democracy Network (Red Etica y Democracia), to support the ticket formed by former Vice-President León Roldós Aguilera, and Ramiro González, former Prefect of the Province of Pichincha. The party won 13 seats in Congress again, while its presidential ticket came in fourth place.

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