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Elections 2023: Schedule and channels to watch the debate of candidates for mayor of Quito

Elections 2023: Schedule and channels to watch the debate of candidates for mayor of Quito

Elections 2023: Schedule and channels to watch the debate of candidates for mayor of Quito

Ecuadorians will go to the polls on February 5, to designate 23 prefects, 23 vice-prefects, 221 mayors, urban councilors, rural councilors and main members of the parish councils. In order to make a knowledge of the proposals and an informed vote, the CNE holds debates between the candidates for the different dignities. The debate between the candidates for mayor of Quito will be on Sunday, January 15.

Each forum was divided into two blocks due to the number of candidates. Therefore, it will be carried out in a total of three hours, divided into an hour and a half each block. The event will begin at 7:00 p.m. and the electoral delegation chose the television studios of the network as the stage Gamavision.

The event will be moderated by Gisella Bayona. The debate for candidates for mayor of Quito will be broadcast on the Facebook site of the Provincial Electoral Delegation of Pichincha.

The twelve candidates for mayor

The first block, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., was as follows:

  • Jéssica Jaramillo, from the Todos movement, list 70.
  • Pabel Muñoz, from the Citizen Revolution (RC) movement, list 5.
  • Pablo Ponce, from the Democratic Left (ID) party, list 12.
  • Natasha Rojas, from the Popular Unity (UP) party, list 2.
  • Luisa Maldonado, for the Avanza party, list 8.
  • Andrés Páez, from the alliance between the Patriotic Society Party (PSP) and the Democracy Yes movement, list 20.

The second block, from 8:35 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., will have the following presentation:

  • Omar Cevallos, from the Democratic Center movement (CD), list 1.
  • Jorge Yunda, from the People, Equality and Democracy alliance (PID), Pachakutik (PK) and the Green, Ethical, Revolutionary, Democratic Movement (Mover), lists 4-18-35.
  • Luz Elena Coloma, for the Creando Oportunidades (CREO) alliance, Construye, RETO and Now that they form the coalition called Alianza Va por Ti, lists 21-25-33-65.
  • Patricio Alarcón, for the Social Christian Party (PSC), list 6, and MIOS, list 113.
  • Pedro Freile, for the alliance between the Ecuadorian Socialist parties (PSE), list 17, and Sociedad Unidad Más Acción (SUMA), list 23.
  • María José Carrión, for the Independent Mobilizing Action movement Generating Opportunities (Friend), list 16.

After the draw, the order of intervention for the first group was defined as follows:

1. Natasha Rojas

2. Pablo Ponce

3. Luisa Maldonado

4. Pabel Munoz

5. Jessica Jaramillo

6. Andres Paez

The interpellation will correspond in the following terms:

1. Andrés Páez will question Natasha Rojas

2. Natasha Rojas will question Pablo Ponce

3. Pabel Muñoz, to Luisa Maldonado

4. Jessica Jaramillo, to Pabel Muñoz

5. Luisa Maldonado, to Jessica Jaramillo; and,

6. Pablo Ponce, to Andrés Páez

In the second block, your intervention order will be:

1. Jorge Yunda

2. Maria Jose Carrion

3. Omar Cevallos

4. Patricio Alarcon

5. Luz Elena Coloma

6. Pedro Freile

While the interpellation will be given in the following mechanism:

1. María José Carrión will question Jorge Yunda

2. Omar Cevallos will question María José Carrión

3. Luz Elena Coloma will question Omar Cevallos

4. Jorge Yunda will question Patricio Alarcón

5. Pedro Freile will question Luz Elena Coloma; and,

6. Patricio Alarcón will question Pedro Freile.

For these forums for exposing work proposals, the National Debate Committee drew up a proposal with four thematic axes in which the candidates must frame their responses. These are: security and citizen coexistence; economy; mobility, environment and territory; and, local and provincial administration. (YO)

Source: Eluniverso

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