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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Libya and Iran, issues Obama-Romney debate


The current president and Democratic nominee Barack Obama and his Republican challenger, Mitt Romney , seek the tiebreaker in the third and last debate before the election, which will be held on November 6 in the United StatesThe topic of discussion at this meeting will be the foreign policy of the country with regard, in particular, to Libya, Iran and Afghanistan. The meeting will take place on Monday at the Lynn University, in South Florida. Specifically, the 90-minute debate, moderated by veteran television journalist Bob Schieffer CBS, will be divided into six segments: the U.S. role in the world , the war inAfghanistan , Israel and Iran , the changes in the Middle East and the new face ofterrorism , the rise of China and the world of the future. Regarding Libya , candidates will vote on relations with rebels sectors after the overthrow of dictator Muammar Gaddafi in October last year , taking into account the assassination of U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens in September. Afghanistan will be a controversial topic for the continuity of the troops in the country, while Iran is in the eye of the storm for its nuclear threats and pressures on Israel, U.S. strategic ally. Romney accuses Obama of lack of determination and "inconsistency" and blames him for not having enough "tough" with China and Iran , as well as to pursue the support of the Security Council of the United Nations in its policies towards Syria and " waver "in its commitment to allies like Israel. The debate will run in a particular context. This Saturday, the New York Times published a story according to which U.S. and Iran have provided direct dialogue over Tehran's nuclear program after the elections. This information was denied by the White House , but it could have aroused some suspicion in the electorate. In the previous television duel, conducted last week, the media proclaimed Obama as the winner , although the first flowers were for Romney . On Monday, not only will have the last word face to face in view of the elections, but that balance will tilt towards one of the two. According to a survey by the chain NBC by the Wall Street Journal , which was published on Sunday, the candidates for president of the United States has 47 percent of likely voters each. The survey also indicated a "slight advantage" of  Romney  in  key states  that could determine the outcome of the  presidential elections , although in total there is a dead heat between Obama and Republican. The tight race generates an atmosphere of unpredictability to the last round of the campaign and raises the importance of the  last meeting between candidates  on Monday night in Boca Raton, Florida.

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