The T&T Debates Commission (TTDC) will consider amending the rules and changing the allotted time for the question and rebuttal session after its review of the senior representatives’ debate.
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Robin Montano, the interim chairman of the Independent Liberal Party (ILP), feels his party was somewhat “ambushed” at a live debate hosted by the Trinidad and Tobago Debates Commission (TTDC) on Thursday night.
The Nigerian Election Debates Groups, NEDG, comprising of media organisations, non-Governmental Organisations, NGOs, Civil Society Groups and the Nigeria Bar Association among others has concluded arrangement to hold debates for the 23...
La ausencia de la candidata de la Nueva Mayoría en el debate presidencial que esta noche realizará ANATEL despertó la molestia del oficialismo y de La Moneda. “Evelyn Matthei va a los debates y tiene programa, Michelle Bachelet no va a los...
The Trinidad and Tobago Debates Commission (TTDC) has invited senior political party representatives and leaders of the political parties/coalitions contesting the upcoming local government elections to participate in 2013 Local Government...
IT was the Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) that allowed for the Congress of the People (COP) to win seats in the 2010 general election, said MSJ leader David Abdulah.
The final ninth presidential debates were held on Azerbaijani Public Television, which incumbent President Ilham Aliyev did not attend, said the Azerbaijani news agency "Turan".
The Congress of the People (COP) will not have its own representative to participate in the Trinidad and Tobago Debates Commission (TTDC) local government elections debates, scheduled for October 10 and 15.
Nigel Farage should not expect a place in the TV debates when his party has no MPs, the head of Sky News has said.
Nick Clegg has said that he would be “relaxed” about Nigel Farage taking part in television debates before the next election, leaving David Cameron as the only party leader opposing the UK Independence Party leader’s involvement.