Six Mazatlan mayoral candidates prepare for Friday’s debate

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Said meeting between candidates of the different parties will be organized and moderated by the State Electoral Institute and it is expected to be virtual,

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- This Friday will be the first and last debate between candidates for the Mazatlan mayoralty, after having snubbed, all together, the proposal for a similar meeting by Coparmex, last Tuesday, December 12. May.

Said meeting between applicants from the different parties will be organized and moderated by the State Electoral Institute and it is expected to be virtual, to comply with the prevention protocols against Covid-19.

According to the schedule on the IEES website, the debate will start at 10:00 am Friday may 21st, and will be moderated by staff from the same institute.

In Mazatlán it will be interesting to know the proposals of the candidates; especially those of the mayor with a license and who is going for re-election, Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres, who in his two years and a fraction as municipal president, managed to position Mazatlán in privileged places internationally as one of the best tourist destinations.

In the case of Fernando Pucheta, his chiaroscuro actions that he developed during his term as mayor weigh more, and one of them is the purchase of an irregular plot of land for a pantheon in the direction of Miravalles for the order of almost 30 million pesos, which to date this acquisition has not yet been clarified.

The Citizen Movement candidate, Martín Heredia, is also expected to attend; the candidate of the Solidarity Encounter Party, Judith Villa Rodríguez; the candidate of Fuerza por México, Samuel Lizárraga Camacho, and the candidate of the Labor Party, Diana Jael García.

On May 17, the candidate for mayor of Mazatlán for the Green Ecological Party of Mexico, José Antonio López Farías, declined his candidacy to join the Benítez Torres project.

Likewise, it was reported that his counterpart, from the Progressive Social Networks party, Margarita Domínguez, died.

Source: reaccioninformativa.com

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