After being First Lady of the United States during 8 years, former senator and secretary of State under Barack Obama administration, and after her official nomination during the Philadelphia Democrat Convention in the week of July 25, Hillary Clinton will became the first woman candidate of a major party for a presidential election.
Mostly supported by the party executives, Hillary Clinton’s victory isn’t quite a surprise. However, what was only supposed to be a formality has been disturbed by the increasing presence, during the campaign, of his opposant, Vermont independant senator Bernie Sanders.
Definitively left behind, he finally had no other choice than admiting Ms. Clinton’s victory. But Bernie Sanders won’t consider rallying without some necessary conditions : he has already asked for meaningful reforms inside the party, along with a left-wing shift in Clinton’s political programme.