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Electoral Institute of Baja California Appoints Moderators for Local Electoral Process Debates 2023-2024

-Editorial

In a public session, the Special Commission for Institutional Dissemination and Debates of the State Electoral Institute of Baja California (IEEBC) approved opinion number four, which proposes to the General Council the appointment of moderators for the debates of the Ordinary Local Electoral Process 2023-2024.

The electoral counselor and president of the Commission, Guadalupe Flores Meza, highlighted the importance of ensuring the participation of qualified people to conduct the debates, in line with the basic rules that include the principle of parity. Furthermore, she stressed that the participation of the moderators will be honorary, without receiving any income.

After analyzing the professional careers of the proposed candidates, the Commission identified suitable profiles for the moderation task. Among those selected are prominent figures with experience in the media, which guarantees their ability to direct the debates objectively and impartially.

The proposed moderators have extensive experience in journalism and the media, which supports their ability to address topics of interest in Baja California. The opinion will be sent to the General Council for consideration and approval.

In Tecate, Andrés Gerardo Salcido Carbajal and Cirina Berenice Barreto Quintana will be the moderators, with Andrés Cruz Meza and Tanhia Paola Barrios Palomares as substitutes.

In Ensenada, Gerardo Sánchez García and Claudia Patricia Lafarga Ceseña will lead as moderators, supported by Joatam Elesedeo de Basabe Ibarra and Nereida Álvarez Alfaro as substitutes. Meanwhile, in Playas de Rosarito, Ana Lilia Ramírez and Marinee Zavala Aguirre will take over as moderators, with Ricardo Meza Godoy and Claudia Estephania Báez de Regules as substitutes.

In San Quintín, José Ángel David Anguiano González and Karla Eunice Chacón García will serve as moderators, supported by Victor Uziel González Ceseña and Nereida Álvarez Alfaro as substitutes. In San Felipe, Gloria Mayte López Vidales and Saúl David Martínez González will be the moderators, with Armando Nieblas del Campo and Erika Catalina Gallego Navarro as substitutes.

For the congressional races, Teresita Lizbeth Mejía Ibarra and Raymundo García Galindo will be the moderators in District 1, with Alejandra Mariela Tapia Pérez and Marco Vinicio Blanco Pichardo as substitutes. In District 2, Arath Malaquías Castillo Lizarde and Alejandra Mariela Tapia Pérez will lead as moderators, supported by Raymundo García Galindo and Yadira Andrea Jiménez García as substitutes.

In District 3, Alejandra Mariela Tapia Pérez and Yadira Andrea Jiménez García will take over as moderators, with Arath Malaquías Castillo Lizarde and Valeria Llamas Preciado as substitutes. The rest of the districts will follow a similar structure, with several owners and alternate moderators assigned to each one.

This step is crucial to ensure the fairness and effectiveness of electoral debates, which play a fundamental role in the democratic process.

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