Three major candidates for the Brazilian presidency joined the first online debate Wednesday, which was followed by an estimated 50 million people and less than two months before ballot day, October 3.
The first debate between Brazilian presidential candidates will be done exclusively for Internet, with the backup organization of the country’s four most important portals which make up an estimated 95% of internet users.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown made on Thursday a plea to voters not to risk change as he sought to salvage Labour's election campaign in the final TV debate before polling day.
Colombia’s Green party presidential candidate Antanas Mockus arrives for Wednesday’s night television debate as favourite following on his spectacular rise in public opinion polls.
Britain’s Liberal Democrats said they would not back Primer Minister Gordon Brown if his party came third in the popular vote on May 6, even if the nation's electoral system gave Labour the most parliamentary seats.
British Conservative leader David Cameron gained ground on the Liberal Democrats' Nick Clegg in the leaders’ debate, as polls gave conflicting verdicts on which of the two won.