Candidates Will Hold the Last Presidential Debate in Mexico


The candidates for the Presidency of Mexico will participate this Tuesday in the third and last debate ahead of the elections on July 1.

The candidate for Juntos Haremos Historia Andrés Manuel López Obrador; from Por México al Frente, Ricardo Anaya; of the coalition Todos por México, José Antonio Meade and the independent Jaime Heliodoro Rodríguez Calderón.


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The National Electoral Institute (INE) reported that the debate will happen at the Mundo Maya Museum in the city of Mérida, state of Yucatán, where they will discuss important issues for the Aztec nation.

Local media reported that the central theme will be economy and development, divided into three blocks that will address "Economic Growth, Poverty and Inequality, Education, Science and Technology, Health, Sustainable Development and Climate Change."


In addition, candidates must answer questions from users through social networks that, according to the INE, have received more than 11,000 so far.


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