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Candidates Face Off in First Presidential Debate in El Salvador
Written by Silvia Viñas On 14 January 2014 @ 11:52 am | No Comments
In El Salvador, Elections, English, Latin America, Politics, Quick Reads
Tim's El Salvador Blog  summarizes the first presidential debate ever held in El Salvador:
The three leading presidential candidates Norman Quijano (ARENA), Salvador Sánchez Cerén (FMLN), and Antonio Saca (Unidad), were joined on the stage by two minor candidates, Óscar Lemus (FPS) and René Rodríguez Hurtado (PSP). The debate had four rounds of questions, touching on the topics of education, citizen security, healthcare and the economy.
In the end, I doubt that many minds were changed by this debate, but the fact that the debate took place is yet another step forward for Salvadoran democracy.
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