This Sunday, September 25, at 8 pm, the election debate among the eight candidates for mayor of Metropolitan Lima, organized by the National Election Jury (JNE). the contest It will be held in the Ella Dumbar auditorium of the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos.
Where to see the municipal debate?
The municipal debate It will be broadcast on TV Peru (channel 7). This will be replicated by signals from Latina (channel 2), América TV (channel 4), Panamericana Televisión (channel 5) and ATV (channel 9). Follow the special LR+ broadcast here live.
Municipal debate 2022 LIVE: proposals and statements of the candidates for Lima
Who participates in the municipal debate?
Eight candidates will participate in the municipal debate this Sunday, September 25.
- Gonzalo Joy of Together for Peru
- Yuri Castro from Free Peru
- Omar Chehade of Alliance for Progress
- George Forsyth of We Are Peru
- Elizabeth Leon from Front of Hope
- Rafael López Aliaga of Popular Renewal
- Daniel Urresti of Podemos Peru
- Maria Elena Soto Velasquez of Avanza Country
What is the format of the municipal debate?
The municipal debate It is made up of four blocks. The first consists of formulating questions collected from citizens on socioeconomic, territorial, environmental and institutional issues. Candidates will be asked two questions and will have one minute to answer each one.
In the second block, the candidates will discuss their ideas and proposals through questions and responses. The JNE confirmed the order of four pairs for this exchange time, which will consist of a total of three minutes.
In the third segment, the mayoral candidates will have 45 seconds to answer two questions from civil organizations.
For the last block, viewers will listen to each politician’s final speech for one minute and 30 seconds.
The Institute of Peruvian Studies (IEP) published a telephone survey carried out in early September that shows tight figures. According to the survey, Daniel Urresti leads the list with 19.4%. Behind him are Rafael López Aliaga, with 16.7%; George Forsyth, with 16.3%; Gonzalo Alegría, with 7.4%; and Elizabeth León, with 2.4%.
Votes to decide in the final stretch
The latest IEP survey also reflects a large number of undecided. According to the survey, approximately 13.8% had not yet decided on their vote, 13.1% do not support any candidate and 5% think they will cast a blank vote or null ballot. In other words, 31.9% of those surveyed do not have a candidate.
Where do I have to vote in the 2022 Elections: Link to make the query?
In case you do not know the location where you should cast your vote, you must follow the following steps: