[:en]Security in Mexico’s president election July 1st, serious concern for electoral authorities[:es]Preocupa seguridad en elección del 1 de Julio al Presidente del INE[:]

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ALFREDO AZCARATE VARELA
THE BAJA POST/EDITOR

Security and public safety for next July 1st presidential election, is of the utmost concern for President Councilman of the National Electoral Institute, Lorenzo Cordova, he said so as he addressed the mass media representatives in the facilities of Baja California Autonomous University (UABC in Spanish), before the second presidential debate, which went on with attacks and frivolous details among Meade, Anaya, AMLO and Bronco, the candidates.

The spot lights and voices of the debate seem to shroud this statement which appears to be left aside, but it lingers and his voice was heard there, when he and the event’s host, UABC Dean Dr Juan Manuel Ocegueda, talked to the media for a few minutes before a debate where moderators took a protagonist role of sorts that somehow stole the spotlight and the audience questions seemed to fade.[:es]

ALFREDO AZCARATE VARELA
THE BAJA POST/EDITOR

La seguridad de la jornada electoral del 1º de Julio, es la preocupación del Consejero Presidente del INE, Lorenzo Córdova y así lo expreso hace unos días ante decenas de medios de comunicación en Tijuana, en las instalaciones de la Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, sede de un debate de ataques y detalles frívolos entre Meade, Anaya, AMLO y el Bronco, candidatos a presidente.

Ante las luces y voces del debate de los candidatos a presidente, esta declaración parece quedar olvidada, pero ahí está su voz, ante medios de comunicación y con el Rector de la UABC, el doctor Juan Manuel Ocegueda, anfitrión de un debate que tuvo detalles chuscos y poca sustancia, con moderadores protagónicos que opacaron el formato de preguntas del público, pero la declaración de Córdova no debe quedar en el olvido.[:]

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