On Sunday evening passed away one of the most distinguished Polish movie directors Andrzej Wajda, the most distinguished because of many prizes he won and for many good films he created which brought up historical events. It is worth to mention the most appreciated of them, it was “Kanał” (1957), “Wesele” (1973), “Człowiek z Marmuru (1978) and “Katyń” (2008). He said (about his films) – Matejko painted the victories, but about himself he said he needed catastrophes. He was engaged in political activites, as well as he was a member of the commitee Solidarność.
The actors will remember him from the greatest support he gave them and for good collaboration with him on film shootings. He used to say “We do our film and our film is the one which was successful. The one which wasn’t successful is mine”.
He was 90…
news prepared by Klaudia Capiga from 2b, edited by Ms Joanna Wołkowicka
Barack Obama’s term is expiring in January 2017. According to the USA Constitution, Obama is not allowed to hold presidency for the third time. Who will be the next president of the USA? Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are supposed to be the strongest nominees. Besides them, there are also other candidates: Gary Johnson, Jill Stein, Darrell Castle and Evan McMullin
The series of presidential primary elections and caucuses took place between February and June 2016 in 50 states and overseas territory. Voters casted ballots for a slate of delegates to a political party’s nominating convention, who in turn elected their party’s presidential nominee.
The Democratic Party’s presidential nominee became Hillary Clinton. She’s the first woman who was nominated by a major political party and is a front-runner.
Businessman and reality television personality Donald Trump is the Republican Party’s presidential nominee.
During the first debate in September candidates were pointing each other’s mistakes out and locking horns with each other. The latest debate took place on October 9th. The next one is in ten days time. Votes are casted on Tuesday, November 8th.
The candidate with the most votes in each state becomes the candidate which that state supports. Each state has certain number of “electors” based on their population. As we see not all states are equal. The candidate needs at least 270 elector’s votes out of 538 to become a president. When citizens vote for their preferred candidate, they’re actually voting for the electors. The graph below shows that Hillary Clinton is in the lead.
Personally, I don’t support any of the candidates. I only hope the right person’ll be chosen. However, the presidential election and preceding political campaign is a kind of entertainment for me. To be honest, which of you don’t like having fun of quarreling politicians?
news prepared by Sebastian Bożek from 2b
sources: en.wikipedia.org ; http://www.bbc.com