U.S. Election Debates Unpacked (Part 4: 3rd Presidential Debate)
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With U.S. Presidential Elections quickly approaching (November 8), the candidates have one last chance in the election cycle to win the votes of undecided voters of the Presidential Election Debates.
Since the 1960’s, presidential debates have become extremely important to the democratic process of the U.S. presidential elections. The topics discussed in Presidential debates are often the most controversial issues of the time, and some elections have been nearly decided by these debates.
On Wednesday, October 19, 2016, the 3rd and final presidential debate of the 2016 General Election will air from 9pm to 10:30 p.m. ET. Thedebate will be divided into six time segments of approximately 15 minutes each on major topics selected by the moderator.
The topics for the final debate of the 2016 election are as follows:
- Debt and entitlements
- Supreme Court
- Foreign hot spots
- Fitness to be president
The moderator will open each segment with a question, after which each candidate will have two minutes to respond. Candidates will then have an opportunity to respond to each other. The moderator will use the balance of the time in the segment for a deeper discussion of the topic.
Join Chris Anderson from the U.S. Embassy Kyiv at America House to take a closer look at democracy through debate. He will guide you through a discussion of the most crucial moments of the final Presidential Debate.
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The exhibition in America House displays major corruption schemes, as well as methods and approaches being used today around the world to fight corruption. It explains not only how corruption works, but also what is being done nationally and internationally to combat it.
The High Anti-Corruption Court of Ukraine, the Independent Investigative Body and the Independent Prosecutorial Body are the three institutions that have been created to combat high-level corruption in Ukraine. We’ve decided to invite representatives from each of these institutions as well as the independent media to discuss these questions and other work they do in their areas.
This week we aren't just a talking about corruption, we are actively making solutions to it. In the Advancing English Proficiency program we're acting out how we can respond to and avoid corruption and be transparent.
We decided to gather eight young and uncorrupt active citizens who want to share their stories of how an average Ukrainian (spoiler: not only Ukrainian) can fight corruption in their daily life. Come to see the fierce battle of those who resisted corruption's challenge!