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Update from the field: Nepal Teams Monitor Voter Registration

Watch the Carter Center’s Far Western Region team observing voter registration for upcoming national and local elections in Nepal and discussing their work. Since 2009, The Carter Center has monitored and reported on issues related to Nepal’s peace process. The Center’s long-term observers are deployed throughout the country and often travel to remote communities to gain an understanding of local perspectives.

This work is an important part of the Center’s efforts to bring the voices of citizens from throughout Nepal to their elected leaders and to provide these leaders with impartial information to use in policy making.

Read more coverage of Nepal’s Nov. 19 election.

Posted in Democracy, Elections, Nepal, Peace

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    ken edwards on August 16, 2013 at 5:24 am


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    chugs1984 on August 27, 2013 at 7:49 pm

    How can the Jimmy Carter center for Peace have absolutely no reference to the Syria and the fact that the US is using Syria to force Iran to execute its mutual defence pact and thus give the us a “moral” justification to fight Iran.

    People this is world war 3 and one of the biggest voices for peace, in the US, is standing silent.

    They are a day away from striking Syria!

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    nyirongo rodgers on September 17, 2013 at 8:26 am

    please make sure it being done transparently madam Good work keep it up

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    Charupat ruangsuwan on September 17, 2013 at 7:28 pm

    I am former Election Commissioner of Thailand.,would like to be and participate to the activities of election observer in international election,please give me an invitation if possible.
    General Charupat Ruangsuwan
    Ex Thai EC

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