Thursday 16 September 2021

Presidential Candidates Say They Will Be Sincere

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Six of the presidential candidates agree that win the 2014 electons they should show who they are, be sincere, no masks or characters.

That is the image that the candidates want to convey, using social netowrks and touring the country to bring home the message.

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Regional media may also play an important role for the candidates to let the people know who they really are, what they stand for and their objectives. As the election (February 2014) gets closer all the candidates agree that voters are more informed today.

The presidential hopefuls are: Johnny Araya (PLN), José María Villalta (Frente Amplio), Epsy Campbell (PAC), Juan Carlos (PAC)Mendoza (PAC) and Luis Guillermo Solís (PAC). The PAC has yet to name a presidential candidate.

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