After the debate amongst the candidates to be mayor of the city of Merida, The Yucatan Times approached the contenders to offer them the opportunity to communicate and interact with the expatriate community, and answer their inquiries. The mayor aspirants expressed a significant interest to listen to what these new residents of the city have to say.
We invited you to submit any questions you might have in order for The Yucatan Times to ask the candidates on your behalf.
(View full note at: http://www.theyucatantimes.com/2015/04/winner-of-meridas-debate-for-mayor-election/)
Thanks to your response, we got over 700 questions for the candidates, amount that we narrowed down to 7 main topics with five to seven questions each:
- SURVEILLANCE AND SECURITY
- PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
- GARBAGE COLLECTION.
- HISTORICAL CENTER
- GOVERNMENT AND ECONOMY
Nerio Torres Arcila from the PRI has confirmed his participation and agreed to answer the questions you have submitted as well as Ana Rosa Payán Cervera from Movimiento Ciudadano. Mauricio Vila Dosal from the PAN has also accepted the interview and we are working on the date to conduct it.
Don´t miss this interesting series of conversations with the candidates, who will answer your questions.
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