Recent News and Analysis

This page highlights recent news and analysis on candidate debates from the international press.

*Articles do not represent the views of NDI.

English Publication Date: May 27, 2017 Source: The Straits Times Country: South Korea

But his remarks over homosexuality during a televised debate on Tuesday left many of his supporters scratching their heads.

English Publication Date: May 15, 2017 Source: ITV Country: United Kingdom

Mrs May became the first serving leader of a UK political party to take part in a Facebook Live event as she took questions from the public, put to her by ITV News Political Editor...

English Publication Date: May 15, 2017 Source: Malta Today Country: Malta

In the wake of revelations that Nationalist supporters are attempting to flood the upcoming leaders’ debate at the University of Malta with as many PN fans as possible, a student has started an online petition for the debate to be held outdoors,...

English Publication Date: May 15, 2017 Source: Mirror Country: United Kingdom

Arount 14,000 people were watching the interview, hosted by ITV News and broadcast on Facebook, at its peak.

 
French Publication Date: May 15, 2017 Source: Xalima Country: Senegal

Pourquoi le Sénégal n’a jamais connu de débats télévisés entre les potentiels candidats, au premier comme au second tour d’une élection présidentielle de 1974 à 2012 ?

French Publication Date: May 15, 2017 Source: Radio Times Country: United Kingdom

Members of the public who want answers from the UK's top politicians are being given a chance to get them, as ITV invites viewers to submit questions for party leaders ahead of its live televised debate on Thursday.

 
English Publication Date: May 14, 2017 Source: Malta Today Country: Malta

A leaders' debate being organised at the University of Malta is to go ahead after the event was moved forward by 24 hours to allow for Prime Minister Joseph Muscat's attendance.

English Publication Date: May 14, 2017 Source: Times of Malta Country: Malta

All four leaders - Joseph Muscat, Simon Busuttil, Marlene Farrugia and Arnold Cassola - have agreed to attend.

 
English Publication Date: May 14, 2017 Source: Malta Independent Country: Malta

The debate between the political parties and leaders at the university, one of the highlights of an election campaign will now be held at 1pm on Wednesday, a meeting of representatives has just decided.

 
English Publication Date: May 12, 2017 Source: Loving Malta Country: Malta

This event has repeatedly shaken up campaigns and given young voters a real chance to make themselves heard. It's a big, rowdy barometer for what's yet to come in the campaign. Even if we don't need it, we want it.

 

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