Navarro and ‘Nito’ Cortizo with technical draw- ENGLISH VERSION

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A survey inside the Democratic Revolutionary Party (PRD) puts in a technical tie for now presidential candidates L Aurentino “Nito” Cortizo and Juan Carlos Navarro.

The measurement by the company Call Center Services WorldWide gives 31% of intention to vote both former Minister Cortizo and former Mayor Navarro, who already appear as two of the most voted in the presidential figures of the PRD.

 

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