Mexican presidential candidates face to face in a debate that defines the choice

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Millions of people in Mexico and Latin America following the televised debate between presidential candidates in Mexico. You can watch live on the website of the newspaper La Jornada.

The transmission began at 20 hours from Guadalajara (22 hours from Argentina), and one of the big attractions will be whether the center-left candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, manages to take this request to finish the break in the polls candidate PRI, Enrique Peña Nieto.

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