who will start speaking and what will be the order

Given the imminence of runoffhe presidential debate takes on much greater relevance than the exchange of government programs: it can represent the turning point in defining the next president of Argentina.

The bolillero defined that Javier mercy will be located on the lectern on the left and Sergio Massa on the right; the candidate of Union for the Homeland will open the debate with its two-minute introduction and the reference of Freedom Advances He will be in charge of concluding the act with two minutes of closure.

After two minutes of presentation there will be six thematic axes of 12 minutes each. Without a pre-established order, competitors will have six minutes to administer as they choose but will only be able to exhibit up to two minutes consecutively. Television, meanwhile, will show a counter that will record the time of each speaker.

The structurethen, will be made up of four blocks:

  • Two minute introduction
  • First block composed of three thematic axes of 12 minutes each (Economy, Foreign Relations and Education and Health)
  • Second block composed of the other three thematic axes of 12 minutes each (Production and Work, Security and Human Rights and Coexistence)
  • Two minutes of closing.

Elections 2023: which channel will broadcast the second presidential debate

The official broadcast of the third presidential debate, which will take place in the Faculty of Law of the University of Buenos Aires (UBA)will be broadcast on Public Television and all state media. The private ones, meanwhile, will also be enabled for the broadcast of the program, as long as they comply with the rules imposed by the National Electoral Chamber (CNE).

In this framework, the Public Television will be the channel in charge of broadcasting live the debate prior to the general election for the 2023 presidential runoff between the Unión por la Patria candidates, Sergio Massaand from La Libertad Avanza, Javier Mileywhich will once again take place at the UBA Law School.

As established by the CNE, “in comparison with the presidential debates of the first round, held on October 1 and 8, the scheme agreed upon by each candidate’s teams establishes a more dynamic structure that includes the possibility of both Sergio Massa and Javier Milei talking to each other and can move freely around the stage”.

Presidential debate: what are the topics that will be discussed

Both the structure of the debate and the six thematic axes –Economy, Argentina’s relations with the world, Economy, Education and health, Production and Work, Security and Human rights and democratic coexistence– were agreed upon by the campaign teams of both candidates and, unlike the first two debates, there was no interference by the Advisory Council in the preparation of the format.

What will be the traffic cuts due to the presidential debate?

From Saturday, November 11 at 12 to Monday, November 13 at 1, the cuts will be as follows:

  • Total cut in Juan A. Bibiloni between av. Pres. Figueroa Alcorta and Eduardo J. Couture.
  • Total cut in Eduardo J. Couture between Juan A. Bibiloni and Julio V. González.
  • Total cut in Julio V. González between av. Pte. Figueroa Alcorta and Eduardo J. Couture.
  • Total cut in av. Pres. Figueroa Alcorta between av. Pueyrredón and Austriawithout affecting extreme intersections (in this case, from Sunday, November 12 at 2 p.m. until 1 a.m. the next day.

Additionally, it will be implemented the hourly extension of the circulatory direction of Austria between av. Del Libertador and av. Pte. Figueroa Alcortaleaving this with a circulatory direction from south to north, along with the hourly extension of the av contrarail. Del Libertador between av. Pueyrredón and Austrialeaving this with a circulatory direction from southeast to northwest, from November 12th from 1:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. the next day.

On the other hand, the City Government reported that the operation will have the diversion of buses on lines 67 and 130: av. Pueyrredón, av. Del Libertador, Austria, av. Pres. Figueroa Alcorta, his route.

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