Álvarez Máynez was the only one to attend the rehearsal for the third presidential debate

Álvarez Máynez was the only one to attend the rehearsal for the third presidential debate
Álvarez Máynez was the only one to attend the rehearsal for the third presidential debate

Only Máynez came to rehearse prior to the debate EFE/Lorenzo Hernández

Jorge Álvarez Máynezpresidential candidate of Movimiento Ciudadano, was the only one to attend the rehearsal prior to the third and final debate which will take place on May 19.

The emecista went to Tlatelolco University Cultural Center a one day of the last meeting in which he will debate with Claudia Sheinbaum, from the Let’s Keep Making History coalition and Xóchitl Gálvez, from the Fuerza y ​​Corazón por México alliance.

In a meeting with the media, the presidential candidate stated that his opponents have the possibility of rehearsing in sets similar to the venue for the third debate and that is why they chose not to take the test.

“The truth is that they have a lot of money to make practically identical sets and it really helps us to come, see, have a frame of reference,” he declared.

Álvarez Máynez, Sheinbaum and Gálvez will debate for the last time on May 19. PHOTO: INE/CUARTOSCURO.COM
Álvarez Máynez, Sheinbaum and Gálvez will debate for the last time on May 19. PHOTO: INE/CUARTOSCURO.COM

When asked about whether rehearsing at the Tlatelolco University Cultural Center gives him greater security, Álvarez Máynez said that he did not do it to reaffirm his confidence, but because he considers that it is a matter that should be taken seriously.

“I think we have to give it the seriousness it deserves,” he said.

Under this tenor, the presidential candidate assured that the debates are a priority for the Citizen Movement and that he is convinced that it is an exercise that should be promoted.

“Debates are a priority and I believe that the exercise must also be strengthened. It is always a good occasion to be in Tlatelolco too,” she noted.

In addition to this, the Emecista asserted that he gained ground towards the elections on June 2 due to his participation in the previous exercises: “The debates have catapulted us to the place where we are today.”

Regarding his expectations about the last debate, the candidate was confident that he will have the opportunity to reaffirm the advantage he claims to have against Xóchitl Gálvez.

Máynez insisted that he has already surpassed Xóchitl Gálvez Photos: Cuartoscuro
Máynez insisted that he has already surpassed Xóchitl Gálvez Photos: Cuartoscuro

“I believe that what we are going to have is the possibility of offering Mexicans a vision that is better than the one that currently governs the country. The desperation that the PRI has for not making its backwardness evident says it all and we believe that the dilemma that the country has is between what we represent and what the current government represents,” he explained.

According to the information provided by the INE, the third presidential debate will begin with the presentation of the three presidential candidates. Each one will have 30 seconds to introduce themselves, mention their game and share additional relevant data about themselves.

The debate will be structured in several thematic blocks. In it block 1, each candidate will present their vision on the first topic for one minute. Subsequently, they will answer a common question, all having the same time allocated for their answers. This block will allow candidates to present their views and strategies, which is important for voters to understand their positions.

He Block 2 It will focus on the same question that will seek to generate a more dynamic exchange of ideas. Each candidacy You will have five minutes to discuss and share your opinions. This format will be repeated in the first three segments of the debate, offering the presidential hopefuls opportunities to discuss in more depth and detail.

Then the segment 4, which will include cross-examination questions asked by the moderators. Candidates will have one minute to respond and each will have an additional minute for responses. This cross-question format seeks to increase interaction and direct contrast between the candidates’ positions, providing greater dynamism to the debate.

At the conclusion of the thematic segments, each candidate will have one minute to address the citizens one last time. This closing will allow the candidates to reaffirm their key messages and purposes of their proposals, providing voters with a concise summary of their platforms and visions for the future of the country.

The topics to be discussed are social policy, insecurity and organized crime, migration and foreign policy, democracy, pluralism and division of powers.

 
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