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    A real headache: the American elections

    Next night for the French, millions of Americans will be riveted to their screens to know the name of their next president. The electoral system in the United States remains a real headache for me as the units of measure. Remember that the American motto could be summed up in this sentence: “Why do it simply when we can make it complicated!” The easiest to retain, two opposing forces unleasten every four years to obtain the supreme post. The vote takes place in November and takes office in January of the following year. For months, American life was punctuated by the pre-election frenzy, also known as the primary ones. They…