The four candidates seeking to become the next president of Mexico squared off in an uninspiring and sometimes confusing debate marked by attacks and disqualifications. "Three of the four candidates seeking the presidency in the July 1 election interacted in a disorderly and perhaps schizophrenic manner," said the Coahuilabased daily newspaper Vanguardia. "They mixed criticisms with promises that have already been heard for the last few months in advertisements and interviews." However, Gabriel Quadri de la Torre, candidate of the PANAL party, stood out from the other three candidates, specifically on the topic of renewable energy policy.
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Navarro, Carlos. "First presidential debate marked by attacks on front-runner Enrique Peña Nieto." (2012). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/la_energy_notien/66