By Humphrey Carter I T was not the most exciting of political debates between presidential candidates. To begin with the Socialist Balearic President Francesc Antich and the opposition Partido Popular's candidate, Jose Ramon Bauza, were comfortably seated either side of the IB3 moderator as opposed to standing, so there was going to be very little body language to add to the supposed showdown. That said, Bauza was clever with his use of language, he spoke in both Catalan and Castellano as an indication of changes to come in the education system should the PP return to power on Sunday.
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