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On December 16, 2015 Palau Community College (PCC) hosted a forum for the candidates of the upcoming Senate Special Election. Held at the PCC Assembly Hall, the forum gave the candidates an opportunity to express their political stance and provide feedback on the current issues faced by the national government. Mediator for the forum was PCC President Dr. Patrick U. Tellei. The candidates who participated were Seit Andres, Faustina K. Rehuher-Marugg, Margie Borja Dalton, Sandra S. Pierantozzi, Regina K. Mesebeluu, and Jeff Ngirarsaol.
The evening began with welcoming remarks from PCC President Dr. Tellei. After the candidates selected their number of order, questions were drawn and each candidate was given three minutes to respond. Questions ranged from the candidates’ positions on social issues, such as cultural obligations and the increasing number of Chinese tourists, to their goals as representatives of the community.
Media personnel from the local radio stations, local newspapers, and the local television broadcasting station were present to record the forum for the public. The forum was also opened to all interested members of the community.
A total of seven (7) candidates have filed to run for the vacant seat that was once occupied by the late Senate Vice President Kathy Kesolei. Only one candidate, Mr. Satoru Adachi, was unable to attend to the forum. The Special Senate Election will be held on December 22, 2015.
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