Spanish Country: Argentina

La iniciativa, que quedó en condiciones de ser aprobada en el recinto en la próxima sesión, modifica el capítulo IV bis del Título III del Código Electoral Nacional, ley 19.945, e incorpora un nuevo artículo que sostiene la obligatoriedad de “los debates preelectorales públicos entre candidatos a presidente de la Nación, con la finalidad de dar a conocer y debatir ante el electorado las plataformas electorales de los partidos, frentes o agrupaciones políticas”. Lea mas en La Arena.

English Country: United States

The presidential debates are generally considered the last big opportunity to move voters before the election. They offer rare moments for Americans to do some head-to-head comparison shopping between two candidates on the same stage discussing the issues. And yet, according to the numbers, the debates have done little to change the fundamental structure of recent presidential races. More at NBC News.

English Country: United States

Today the televised presidential debates aren’t only an important instrument in American democracy; they are a near-universal requirement of democratic elections, from Afghanistan to Zambia. If Americans are looking for something to feel good about this campaign season, this is it. Read more at The Wall Street Journal.

English Country: United States

A poll reveals 73 percent of registered voters say they are "very likely" or "somewhat likely" to watch the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton next week. In the Morning Consult poll, 44 percent say they are "very likely" to watch the debate, while 29 percent say they are "somewhat likely." Among other respondents, 13 percent said "not too likely," another 11 percent "not at all likely" and 3 percent "don't know/no opinion." For more information visit UPI's website.

English Country: United States

Nearly a quarter of Americans say the candidates' performances in the upcoming presidential debates may have a major impact on their vote in the November election. ABC News together with our partners at SSRS survey research firm asked our online opinion panel about the upcoming presidential debates, the first of which takes place in just two weeks. For more information, visit ABC

Spanish Country: Argentina

 El magistrado agregó que “no parece mala idea una regulación y la incorporación del debate al proceso electoral” y opinó que los debates deben ser entre candidatos a presidente ya que “trasladarlo a las elecciones legislativas sería una operación muy compleja”. En ese sentido, destacó la idea del proyecto enviado por el Poder Ejecutivo para que la Cámara Nacional Electoral sea el “ámbito de acuerdo donde concurran los candidatos y se fijen las reglas del juego”. Mas informacion en Entorno Inteligente.

Spanish Country: Argentina

El presidente de la Cámara Nacional Electoral (CNE), Alberto Dalla Via, realzó este martes los proyectos de ley para establecer la obligatoriedad de los debates presidenciales entre los candidatos que hayan superado las Primarias Abiertas, Simultáneas y Obligatorias (PASO). Mas informacion en Parlamentario.

English Country: United States

The first debate between Trump and Hillary Clinton on Sept. 26 will compete against ESPN's "Monday Night Football" telecast of the New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons. The second, on Oct. 4, is up against NBC's "Football Night in America" broadcast of the New York Giants vs. Green Bay Packers. Read more at the Washington Post.

Spanish Country: Argentina

¿Por qué, si para los ciudadanos es obligatorio votar, para los candidatos no debería ser una obligación informarnos sobre sus proyectos y sus programas? Lea mas en Infobae.

English Country: Japan

The number of early votes is indeed increasing, but that is no reason to avoid a debate that could stoke public interest in the election. It is scandalous that voters are given no opportunity to hear party leaders debate the issues after the election battle comes into full swing. Read more at The Asahi Shimbun.