The main points in the debate were relating to the Latino community and the market of Seven Sister / Wards Corner whose pillar are 60 shops grouped in Pueblito Paisa. This, the largest market that latinos in the United Kingdom, have is threatened of being demolished by London transport who is the owner of their land (because this is about the popular Seven Sister metro station) and those who want to build there departments and exclusive shops. The Community area (including British, Indians, Muslims, etc.) has joined to defend the village. Liberal parties, conservative, green and left wing attacked the municipal management labour wanting to collapse this market against the Democratic position of its population. The tories said he could not attacking small businesses and we had to defend a so beautiful and historic Victorian and Georgian building. (Similarly see: Coen Brothers).
Liberals complained that labour does not listen to the population and that although the majority of Center-West London is It opposed extending the toll there to congestion Ken imposed. Hughes said that what he most likes Barcelona are their markets and that London should defend these and, above all, those with so many Hispanics. The Greens argued that the best defense of ecology passes to promote local markets. Left list attacked major parties be ending London for large companies and that authorities only engaged to seek profits at the expense of the poor and small businesses. Labour Assembly members pledged to listen to the local community.
Before the issue of the situation of latinos raised a series of questions to all candidates. The largest surviving without the right to vote of all ethnicities is the Latin. The Liberals and the Conservatives responded that they can only vote nationals of the European Union and the Commonwealth of Nations, while the Greens and the left said that everyone who lives here should immediately qualify for citizenship or vote. Johnson mentioned that the Assembly cannot decide this but if you can recommend that and that didn’t take a vote on the matter but that in the next period should thrive. In terms of amnesty to the irregular only Greens and leftists showed their agreement, although Hughes raised help to regularize those who have much time in United Kingdom. The, however, acknowledged that London is home to the largest in the Americas, Spain and Portugal Latin community and that the authorities should realize this and Eastern Europe are those that grow more. The question of a presenter of Telesur about if Assemblyman should cut Venezuelan oil supply look Qureshi said that that should not happen because London has managed to fuel supply even if there are shortages or security problems. MORE INFORMATION ON THE DEBATE IN THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF MINKA.