BY: Severious Kale-Dery, INDIANA, USA, Courtesy: US Foreign Press Centre
ONE significant thing that caught my attention while in the US to cover their presidential primaries in the Indiana State, was the high level of political tolerance among politicians and political parties.
In a rainy day in Fort Wayne in Indianapolis, hundreds of ruling Democrat sympathisers defied the heavy down pour to listen to former President Bill Clinton, who addressed a political rally to justify why the America people, should not only endorse his wife, Mrs Hilary Clinton as the presidential candidate but should vote overwhelmingly for her as the next president.
BY: Severious Kale-Dery, INDIANAPOLIS - Courtesy US Foreign Press Centre
The leadership of the Republican Party has stated clearly that it would not unduly promote anyone of the candidates vying to lead the party in this year’s presidential election in the on-going primaries.
“We will not endorse anyone of the candidates over the other. I think it is very important to have an open market for all the candidates.
TWENTY-FOUR journalists from Africa, Asia, Latin America and Europe are in Washington at the invitation of the US Foreign Press Centre for a global reporting tour focused on the 2016 elections in the US.