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CANACINTRA Mexicali to Host Debates for Mayor and Governor


Like every election period, the National Chamber of the Transformation Industry (CANACINTRA) Mexicali, plans to hold specialized debates on economic matters, on May 25 and 26 with the candidates running for the Mayor of Mexicali and Governor of Baja California, said Alberto Sanchez Torres, president of the industrial organization.

The leader of the industrialists said that the debate CANACINTRA Mexicali will host will be a specialized debate on economic development issues, where the three guiding topics are: infrastructure and services, economic development, and public finance.

The intention is for the debate to take place in person at the chamber’s headquarters taking care at all times of the health protocols established by the authority, as well as requesting all candidates a negative COVID-19 test made with a maximum of 48 hours before exercise.

We are convinced, indicated Sanchez Torres, that an exercise in which the candidates are in the same place and can present and debate in person, will be much more enriching for the city, which will be able to see them through the different CANACINTRA digital platforms, to confront ideas and debate proposals.

This exercise assured Sanchez Torres, has as its sole objective, to favor the exercise of the right to information of the citizenship, essential for a free and reasoned vote, taking care at all times of equality, respect, order, and impartiality so that the candidates expose, spread and discuss your campaign proposals.

The debate with candidates for the Mayor of Mexicali is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, May 25 at 11 a.m. and the candidates for the governorship will be on Wednesday, May 26 at the same time.

For more information about this event, please contact us at CANACINTRA Mexicali at (686) 554-2466 or by email: comunicacion@canacintra.com

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