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The Ecuadorian Roldosist Party (Partido Roldosista Ecuatoriano) is a center-right populist party in Ecuador. At the legislative elections, 20 October 2002, the party won 15 out of 100 seats. Its candidate Jacobo Bucaram Ortiz won 11.9 % of the vote in the presidential elections of the same day, coming in 6th place. At the legislative elections of October 15, 2006, the party was badly defeated, winning 6 of 100 seats in the Congress. Its presidential candidate in 1998, Alvaro Noboa, who was narrowly defeated in that election, ran as a presidential candidate for another party and will participated in a runoff. The Roldosist Party's own presidential candidate for the 2006 election, Fernando Rosero received less than 2% of the vote. The party was named after former President Jaime Roldos Aguilera, it was founded by Abdalá Bucaram, his brother-in-law. Though Jaime Roldos's brother León Roldós Aguilera is still very involved in Ecuadorian politics, he is not a member of the Roldosist Party.

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Ecuadorian Roldosist Party

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