Sunday 26 September 2021

Presidentia Candidate Debates Sunday and Monday

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Presidential candidates will face questions from a panel on live television in two debates Sunday and Monday, divided into two groups.

At 8pm Sunday, the debate will feature  Héctor Monestel (Partido de los Trabajadores – Workers party), José Miguel Corrales (Patria Nueva), Luis Guillermo Solís (Partido Accion Ciudadana – PAC), Carlos Avendaño (Restauración Nacional), Otto Guevara (Movimiento Libertario – ML) and Walter Muñoz (Integración Nacional).

At 8pm Monday, Óscar López (Accesibilidad Sin Exclusión – PASE), José María Villalta (Frente Amplio – FA), José Manuel Echandi (Avance Nacional), Johnny Araya (Partido Liberacion Nacional – PLN), Justo Orozco (Renovación Costarricense), Rodolfo Piza (Partido Unidad Social Cristiana – PUSC) and Sergio Mena (Nueva Generación), will have their turn to debate.

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The debates are organized by the Tribunal Supremo de Elecciones (TSE) and will be broadcast live on channel 13, the state run SINART television network. Each debate is set to run for 2 hours.

The debates are open to the public who can send in questions by way of the social media, Facebook and Twitter.

Candidates will first respond to the questions prepared by a group of academics and professionals selected by the TSE and then to questions posted on the social media and chosen by organizers to be the most relevant. In the last round of the debate, candidates can ask each other questions chosen from a draw minutes ahead of the start of the debate.

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