Perspective on the American and French presidential elections in 2012
Tuesday, October 4th at 6.30pm
SW 8th street
A roundtable discussion in English by Berangere Cagnat, head of the United States section of the Courrier International; Susan Kaufman, director of the Centre for Hemispheric Policies at the University of Miami, Thom Mozloom from the M Network and Charles Sherman, editor in chief of the International Edition of the Miami Herald.
Open to the public – Free admission
Contact: Arantxa Vaillant email@example.com
French and Americans will go to the polls to elect their next respective presidents. In both countries, the past presidents are candidates for succession and the similarities do not end there. For the first time, the French Socialist Party decide to hold primaries, an American-inspired idea. However, in both countries the surprises could come from the right: the voters of the FN in France and supporters of the Tea Party in the United States.Thank you for using Soul Of Miami!