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2020 Press Releases

The Carter Center Congratulates the State of Georgia on a Successful Audit Process

The Carter Center congratulates Georgia’s 159 counties and office of the secretary of state on their successful completion of the audit of the Nov. 3 presidential election. The conduct of the audit, which constituted the largest hand tally of an election race in U.S. history, was particularly impressive given that counties had less than 48 hours to prepare for the process, which was carried out in a highly politicized environment and in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn More

Carter Center Will Monitor Risk-Limiting Audit in Georgia

Following accreditation by the Georgia secretary of state’s office, The Carter Center will monitor the risk-limiting audit taking place in the state of Georgia.  Learn More

Carter Center Preliminary Statement on the 2020 Myanmar General Elections

In a preliminary statement released today, The Carter Center commended the efforts of the election administration, election contestants, citizen observers, media, and voters to overcome the challenges that COVID-19 presented to the conduct of Myanmar’s general elections. Learn More

Statement from Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter 

Rosalynn joins me in congratulating our friends President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. We are proud of their well-run campaign and look forward to seeing the positive change they bring to our nation. Learn More

Carter Center Calls for Calm while Election Process Resolves

The Carter Center urges both presidential candidates and Democrat and Republican party leaders to call for calm and patience while we wait for final vote tallies and the resolution of any ensuing recounts or lawsuits. Learn More

Carter Center Statement on the Integrity of the Upcoming U.S. Election

U.S. citizens should be proud of the monumental efforts that have been made to prepare for the 2020 election, even in the face of a global pandemic and threats from malign actors, including foreign adversaries. Learn More

International Election Observation Mission (IEOM), Cote D’ivoire 2020

In a statement released today, the Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa (EISA) and The Carter Center reported their preliminary findings following their observation of the Oct. 31, 2020, presidential election in Côte d’Ivoire. Learn More

Carter Center Issues Second Statement on Myanmar’s Preelection Environment

In a second preelection statement released today, The Carter Center noted that while COVID-19 related restrictions continue to impact the activities of the election administration, political parties, candidates, and observers, the election process remains broadly on course for voting to take place on Nov. 8. Learn More

Media Advisory: Positive and Peaceful Elections Virtual Event on Oct. 29

Positive and Peaceful Elections: An Online Forum by The King Center and The Carter Center Learn More

Carter Center Commends Bolivians and the Electoral Tribunal on a Calm and Respectful Election

The Carter Center today released a preliminary report about Bolivia’s Oct. 18 general elections, which saw record participation and intense political competition despite the COVID-19 pandemic and the political tensions that have roiled the country in the past year. Learn More

The International Election Observation Mission Condemns Any Use of Violence

The International Election Observation Mission of the Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa (EISA) and The Carter Center express deep concern about the sharp rise in intercommunity tensions and the increasing level of violence, which have resulted in the deaths of at least eight people and injured several on Oct. 21 in Dabou in the Grand Ponts region. The joint EISA-Carter Center international election observation mission (IEOM) condemns all forms of violence whatever their origin and also the incidents and violence that have occurred throughout the electoral process. Learn More

Carter Center Joins Georgia Bipartisan Task Force on Safe, Secure, and Accessible Elections

The Carter Center has joined the Georgia Secretary of State’s new Georgia Bipartisan Task Force on Safe, Secure, and Accessible Elections. Learn More

International Electoral Observation Mission (IEOM) Côte D’ivoire 2020

Today marks the beginning of the election campaign, paving the way for a crucial stage in the electoral process before the presidential election on Oct. 31. The International Election Observation Mission of the Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa and The Carter Center deplores the loss of life and condemns the violence that has engulfed the electoral process, particularly during August 2020. Learn More

Carter Center Youth Citizen Observer Initiative to Conduct Nationwide Survey of Youth Attitudes about Political Transition

The Carter Center this month will conduct a nationwide survey of Sudanese youth’s attitudes and perceptions of the ongoing political transition and plans to publicly share its findings in early 2021. Learn More

Carter Center Issues Statement on Myanmar’s Preelectoral Environment

In a preelection statement released today, The Carter Center commended the Union Election Commission for keeping the election process on track despite the extraordinary circumstances created by COVID-19. Learn More

Media Advisory: The 2020 Election: Are You Prepared? (A Virtual Conversation)

The Carter Center is presenting a virtual Conversations at The Carter Center event on the U.S. election featuring Michael Chertoff, former U.S. secretary of homeland security; Kevin Johnson, senior member of the Carter Center’s U.S. election expert study team and executive director of Election Reformers Network, and Jennifer Morrell, partner at The Elections Group. Suzanne Malveaux of CNN will moderate. Learn More

Carter Center Appoints New Members to Board of Councilors

The Carter Center, a not-for-profit organization advancing peace and health worldwide, has appointed 20 new members to its Board of Councilors, bringing total membership to 223. Learn More

Carter Center Deploys Electoral Experts to La Paz

Two members of the Carter Center’s expert election team arrived in La Paz Saturday to continue in the field their analysis of the Bolivian electoral process, which the team has been carrying out remotely for two months. Learn More

Incoming Fellow and Student Scholars from Qatar Join Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism

As part of a partnership with the Qatar Foundation’s World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH), The Carter Center announces new recipients of the Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism in Qatar. Learn More

Joint EISA-TCC International Election Observation Mission (IMOE)

The Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa (EISA), together with the Carter Center (TCC), announces the arrival and deployment of a Long-Term International Electoral Observation Mission (IEOM) to observe the presidential election of October 31, 2020 and the upcoming legislative elections in Republic of Côte d'Ivoire. The mission received accreditation from the Independent Electoral Commission (CEI) of the Republic of Côte d'Ivoire on August 19, 2020. Learn More

Carter Center Launches Election Observation Mission in Myanmar

Following accreditation by the Union Election Commission, The Carter Center is launching an international election observation mission to Myanmar’s Nov. 8 general elections. Learn More

Statement from Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter on the Passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Rosalynn and I are saddened by the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. A powerful legal mind and a staunch advocate for gender equality, she has been a beacon of justice during her long and remarkable career. I was proud to have appointed her to the U.S. Court of Appeals in 1980. We join countless Americans in mourning the loss of a truly great woman. We will keep her family in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time Learn More

Statement from Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter on the Passing of Bill Gates Sr.

Rosalynn and I are saddened by the passing of our friend Bill Gates Sr. Bill worked tirelessly to create better opportunities for the poor and vulnerable around the world. His humanitarian work uplifted and built hope for generations in the United States, Africa, and beyond. His life and legacy affirm our shared humanity and responsibility to care for one another. We extend our deepest condolences to his family. Learn More

Carter Center Names Dr. Kashef Ijaz as New Vice President for Health Programs

Kashef Ijaz, M.D., M.P.H., has been appointed vice president for health programs at The Carter Center, effective Oct. 1. Learn More

Carter Center Announces Latin American Recipients of Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism

The Carter Center and Universidad de La Sabana in Bogotá, Colombia, in association with the Gabo Foundation, announce the recipients of the two annual fellowships awarded by the Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism in Latin America. Learn More

Jimmy Carter on Absentee Ballots

In response to diverse news reports about his views on absentee ballots, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter said today, “I approve the use of absentee ballots and have been using them for more than five years.” Learn More

Carter Center Names Barbara Smith as New Vice President of Peace Programs

Barbara Smith, principal and founder of the international development consulting firm Mountain Time Development and a senior associate at the Center for Strategic & International Studies, has been named vice president of the Carter Center’s peace programs, effective Sept. 21. Learn More

Virtual Carter Center Weekend Fundraiser Brings in More than $2 Million

The first-ever virtual Carter Center Weekend fundraiser brought in just over $2,012,000 in donations and auction sales. Learn More

Carter Center Launches Initiative to Strengthen Transparency and Trust in U.S. Elections

Recognizing the scale of the challenges facing democratic elections in the U.S., The Carter Center plans to conduct several election-related activities before and after the November election to help build confidence in the process and results. Learn More

Carter Center Calls for Dialogue with Civil Society and for New Elections in Belarus

The Carter Center commends the people of Belarus for their peaceful protest against an electoral process that is widely viewed as neither credible nor reflective of the will of the people. The Center urges the authorities of Belarus to begin peaceful dialogue with civil society organizations, trade unions, political parties, and other stakeholders to resolve the current crisis, with a view to conducting a new presidential election in line with international commitments and standards Learn More

Carter Center to Host Online Auction and Broadcast

The Carter Center’s marquee annual fundraiser is going virtual this year, giving everyone the opportunity to gather online for a celebration that will include special messages from President and Mrs. Carter, up-close-and-personal looks at some of the Center’s programs, and the chance to bid on priceless artwork and memorabilia. Learn More

Sudan’s Ministry of Youth and Sports Partners with The Carter Center on Youth-Focused Independent Observation

Sudan’s Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports announced today that The Carter Center will support the building of a Youth-Focused Independent Observer Program for the country’s ongoing transition to democracy. Learn More

Recipients of 2020-2021 Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism in the UAE Announced

As part of a partnership with The National media outlet in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), The Carter Center announces two new fellows for the Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism Program in the UAE. Learn More

Carter Center Congratulates Guyana on the End of Election Standoff; Urges Electoral and Constitutional Reform

The Carter Center commends the Guyana Elections Commission and Chairperson Claudette Singh for finalizing the results of the 2020 election. It extends its congratulations to President Irfaan Ali as he assumes Guyana’s highest office and applauds former President David Granger’s statesmanship in recognizing GECOM’s declaration of results. Learn More

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter’s Remarks at Congressman John Lewis’ Funeral

Rosalynn joins me in sending our condolences to all gathered today to mourn the loss of one of our nation’s great leaders. Throughout his remarkable life, John has been a blessing to countless people, and we’re proud to be among those whose lives he has touched. Learn More

Carter Center Supports the Bolivian Supreme Electoral Tribunal Decision to Postpone Election and Plans Remote Expert Mission

The Carter Center supports the decision by Bolivia’s Supreme Electoral Tribunal to postpone Bolivia’s election from Sept. 6 to Oct. 18 in response to concerns about the current spread of COVID-19. Learn More

Statement from Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter on the Passing of John Lewis

Rosalynn and I are saddened by the death of Congressman John Lewis. He made an indelible mark on history through his quest to make our nation more just. John never shied away from what he called “good trouble” to lead our nation on the path toward human and civil rights. Everything he did, he did in a spirit of love. All Americans, regardless of race or religion, owe John Lewis a debt of gratitude. We send our condolences and prayers to his family and friends. Learn More

Carter Center Statement on Need for Dialogue on Electoral Reforms in the DRC

The controversial 2018 elections in the Democratic Republic of the Congo underscored the urgency of enacting electoral reforms, developed with broad-based consensus, to ensure that CENI operates as a transparent, inclusive, and credible organization that instills public confidence in the electoral process. Unfortunately, these goals have been undermined by the political divisions. Learn More

Georgia School-Based Mental Health Virtual Town Hall July 21

To increase access to school-based behavioral health services in Georgia, a virtual town hall will be held on July 21. The discussion – supported by The Carter Center and co-hosted by Georgia Appleseed Center for Law & Justice and Voices for Georgia’s Children – will address ways to continue delivery of Georgia’s school-based mental health services in non-traditional settings during the pandemic. Learn More

The Carter Center Awards Eight U.S. Journalists Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism

The Carter Center, a global leader in mental health, is pleased to announce the eight U.S. recipients of the 2020-2021 Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism. The group includes a nonprofit news leader, local reporters, freelance journalists, and the inaugural Benjamin von Sternenfels Rosenthal Grant for Mental Health Investigative Journalism. Fellowships to international journalists will be announced by fall 2020. Learn More

Report Details Ways Countries are Using COVID-19 to Curtail Democratic Freedoms and Offers Countertactics

Democracies around the world need to adopt new ideas and approaches to ensure the lasting protection of democracy and civil liberties threatened by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new report endorsed by The Carter Center that was released today. Learn More

Statement from Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and Carter Center CEO Paige Alexander

Israel’s planned annexation of up to 30% of the West Bank as early as today would violate international laws prohibiting the acquisition of territory by force and changing the status of occupied territories. The planned move would violate the Oslo and Camp David Accords and jeopardize Israel’s peace treaties with Jordan and Egypt. Learn More

Carter Center Releases Final Report on 2019 Tunisian Elections and Urges Parliament to Create Permanent Independent Bodies

The Carter Center issued its final report on the 2019 elections this week, highlighting both the Tunisian people’s ability to overcome potentially challenging political circumstances and the election commission’s remarkable work to conduct credible elections under a tight timeframe following the president’s death in office. Learn More

The Carter Center Partners With Mental Health Reporters’ Network to Mentor Liberian Journalists

The Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism and the Mental Health Reporters Network in Liberia announce the inaugural class of mentees in mental health journalism. Learn More

COVID-19 Crisis Threatens Democracy, Leading World Figures Warn

More than 500 political, civil leaders, Nobel Laureates and pro-democracy institutions – including the Carter Center’s CEO, Paige Alexander – have signed an open letter to defend democracy, warning that the freedoms we cherish are under threat from governments that are using the crisis to tighten their grip on power. Learn More

Statement from The Carter Center on Racial Injustice

As it does around the world, The Carter Center stands with those in our own community whose human rights and democratic rights are violated. The death of yet another African American man, Rayshard Brooks, at the hands of police in Atlanta last week once again emphasizes that America must come to grips with its long history of systemic racism and ensure full respect for and protection of the human rights of all, as established in our Bill of Rights and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Learn More

Carter Center Welcomes CARICOM Report on Credible Recount Process

The Carter Center commends the Guyana Elections Commission on the completion of the recount process and welcomes the CARICOM report, which indicates that despite minor flaws in the process, the recount results are acceptable and provide the basis for a declaration of results from the March 2 election. Learn More

Carter Center Supports Liberia's COVID-19 Efforts

As COVID-19 continues to spread in Liberia, The Carter Center has answered the request of the government to assist with prevention efforts and mental health support. Learn More

Statement from Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter

Rosalynn and I are pained by the tragic racial injustices and consequent backlash across our nation in recent weeks. Our hearts are with the victims’ families and all who feel hopeless in the face of pervasive racial discrimination and outright cruelty. We all must shine a spotlight on the immorality of racial discrimination. But violence, whether spontaneous or consciously incited, is not a solution. Learn More

TUNE IN May 29: Carter Center Forum to Host Roundtable Discussion on Native American Participation in 2020 Elections

TUNE IN May 29: Carter Center Forum to Host Roundtable Discussion on Native American Participation in 2020 Elections . Learn More

Carter Center Disappointed Not to Be Able to Return to Guyana

The Carter Center is deeply disappointed by the government of Guyana’s decision not to approve its recent requests to allow two accredited international observers to return to Guyana to observe the ongoing recount and the remainder of Guyana’s electoral process. Learn More

Carter Center Forum to Host Roundtable Discussion on 'Moral Imagination in Crisis'

Please join us on Wednesday, May 20, from 1:30-2:30 p.m. EDT (UTC -4), Carter Center Senior Advisor for Human Rights Karin Ryan will host a conversation between Jacqueline Novogratz and media executive Pat Mitchell about Novogratz’s latest book, "Manifesto for a Moral Revolution: Practices to Build a Better World." Learn More

Media Advisory: Carter Center and Atlanta Press Club Present 'Will the Pandemic Reduce Mental Health Stigma?'

During the pandemic, mental health has been more openly discussed than at any time in recent memory. The media, health experts, members of the entertainment industry, and families are sharing tips to help each other cope with stress and anxiety caused by the outbreak. Journalists and experts will discuss whether this could be a tipping point for reducing the stigma that typically surrounds mental health discussions. Learn More

Carter Center Statement on Voting by Mail for 2020 U.S. Elections

The United States faces a series of critical challenges because of the COVID-19 pandemic, including serious impediments to holding safe, secure, and inclusive elections in November. Many voters across the U.S. are likely to find themselves in areas where the pandemic has not abated and where the health risks involved in going to polling locations will be unacceptably high. Learn More

Carter Center Observer Not Able to Travel to Guyana Monday

The Carter Center’s accredited observation mission remains committed to providing an independent observation of Guyana's electoral process, including the upcoming recount. The Center deployed an observer to Miami who was prepared to travel to Georgetown today, but unfortunately, his flight was denied approval to carry international election observers. Learn More

Statement by Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter

I am distressed by the decision to withhold critically needed U. S. funding for the World Health Organization, especially during an international pandemic. WHO is the only international organization capable of leading the effort to control this virus. Learn More

TUNE IN April 16: Carter Center Forum to Host Roundtable Discussion on Protecting Human Rights During COVID-19

Center Forum to Host Roundtable Discussion on Protecting Human Rights During COVID-19 April 16 at 12 p.m. EDT Learn More

Mali Independent Observer: Redistricting and Redeploying New Army Units Are Key Challenges to Successful Implementation

The Carter Center, which serves as the Independent Observer of Mali’s 2015 peace agreement, today released a new report describing two persistent obstacles to the implementation of the agreement: the delay of electoral and administrative redistricting and continued problems preventing full redeployment of integrated army units. Learn More

Carter Center Mission Departs Guyana but Remains Committed to Observing the Electoral Process and to Supporting Constitutional Reform

After careful consideration, The Carter Center has withdrawn its electoral experts and international observers from Guyana. The Center remains committed to promoting democracy and constitutional reform in Guyana and is willing to return when the electoral process resumes, assuming international travel is feasible. Learn More

Joint Statement from International Observers in Guyana

The international observer missions from the Commonwealth, the European Union, and The Carter Center issue the following statement: Learn More

Applications Open for 2020-2021 Latin American Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism

The Carter Center and the University of La Sabana in Colombia, in association with the Gabo Foundation, are now accepting applications for 2020-2021 Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism in Latin America. Learn More

Applications Open for UAE’s 2020-2021 Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism

As part of a partnership with The National media outlet in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), The Carter Center announces that applications are now open for the Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism Program in the UAE. Learn More

Joint Statement from International Observers in Guyana

The international observer missions from the Commonwealth, the Organization of American States, the European Union, and The Carter Center issue the following statement. Learn More

Statement from President Carter on Induction of Jason Carter Into Lions Clubs International

Rosalynn and I are proud that our grandson, Jason Carter, will be inducted as a member of Lions Clubs International. As Lions Clubs International celebrates the 42nd Annual Lions Day with the United Nations under the theme "Peace and International Understanding," our shared commitment to peace and service is more important now than ever. Learn More

Carter Center Statement on Region 4 Election Results

The Carter Center is deeply concerned about the events that took place today at the Office of the Returning Officer for Region 4 and the decision to announce results that had not been verified. Learn More

Carter Center Encourages Patience and Peace as Guyana Awaits Election Results

In a preliminary statement released today, The Carter Center commended the people of Guyana for their participation in the March 2 election and encouraged all Guyanese to remain patient and peaceful as GECOM finalizes the results. Learn More

Carter Center Assesses Status of Guyana’s Electoral Preparations Positively, Recommends Wide Distribution of Tabulation Procedures

The Carter Center first became involved in Guyana in the early 1990s at the invitation of President Desmond Hoyte and since then has been dedicated to the advancement of democracy in the country. These elections will be the fifth that The Carter Center has observed in Guyana since 1992, reflecting an ongoing commitment to the consolidation of democracy and a desire for Guyanese to live together in peace, security, and prosperity. Learn More

Carter Center Board of Trustees Appoints Paige Alexander as Carter Center CEO, Effective June 2020

The Carter Center Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that Paige Alexander has been appointed CEO of The Carter Center, effective June 16, 2020. She succeeds Ambassador (ret.) Mary Ann Peters, who is retiring. The CEO is charged with leading the Center into its next era of building peace, health, and hope for the world’s poorest people. Learn More

Carter Center Appoints Reddy as Board of Councilors Chair

Shyam K. Reddy, chief administrative officer and senior vice president of corporate development at BlueLinx Corporation, has been appointed chair of the Carter Center's Board of Councilors for 2020. The board comprises 215 members, who serve as a leadership advisory group that promotes understanding among opinion leaders and the broader community of The Carter Center and its activities. Learn More

Aminata Touré and Jason Carter to Co-Lead Carter Center Delegation to Guyana’s Election

Aminata Touré, former prime minister of Senegal, and Jason J. Carter, chairperson of The Carter Center Board of Trustees, will co-lead the Carter Center’s international election observation mission in Guyana. Learn More

Applications Open for 2020-21 Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism

The Carter Center is pleased to announce that applications for journalists who are U.S. citizens and residents are now being accepted for the 2020-21 Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism. Learn More

Middle Georgia Forum to Address Unmet Mental Health Needs for Georgia’s Children to be Held Feb. 6 in Dublin, Georgia

The third of six regional School-Based Behavioral Health Forums across Georgia will convene at Dublin High School on Feb. 6. These forums – co-hosted by The Carter Center, Georgia Appleseed Center for Law & Justice, and Voices for Georgia’s Children – assess the status of school-based behavioral health efforts in Georgia, identify and discuss strategies to eliminate barriers to success, and encourage the adoption of state and national best practices. Learn More

Statement from Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter on the Passing of Anne Cox Chambers

Rosalynn joins me in sharing our condolences to the extended family and friends of Anne Cox Chambers. Ambassador Chambers was an important part of our lives for over six decades. Her life serves as a path for fairness and equality for everyone and especially for women and girls. Atlanta, our State of Georgia, and the world has lost a wonderful woman, business leader, and philanthropist. Rosalynn and I are grateful to have been among those whose lives were so richly touched by her. Learn More

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter Denounces Middle East Proposal

President Trump’s plan for unilateral annexation to Israel of a large piece of the occupied Palestinian territories offers the Palestinians fragmented statehood, without control of their borders, in four years and subject to certain conditions, and leaves the status of large parts of the West Bank to be determined in the future. Learn More

54* Cases of Guinea Worm Reported in 2019

A provisional total of 54 cases of Guinea worm disease were reported in 2019, The Carter Center announced Wednesday. Intensified surveillance and reporting incentives in endemic areas in recent years have produced expected fluctuations in the small number of Guinea worm cases. When The Carter Center assumed leadership of the program in 1986, about 3.5 million human cases occurred annually in 21 countries in Africa and Asia. Learn More

Independent Observer in Mali Urges Vigorous Action on Implementation of the Peace Agreement

The Carter Center, which serves as the Independent Observer of Mali’s 2015 peace agreement implementation, released its 2019 end-of-year report, which criticizes the overall stagnation of the process and urges vigorous measures to consolidate peace in Mali. Learn More

Carter Center Launches Mission to Observe Guyana’s 2020 Election

Following an invitation from the government of Guyana, The Carter Center has launched an election observation mission to observe the March 2 general election in Guyana. Learn More

Statement from Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter on the Death of the Sultan of Oman

Rosalynn and I are deeply saddened to learn of the death of Sultan Qaboos bin Said of Oman. His voice for peace and tolerance in the Middle East will be missed. He was a wise counsel and ally to me in the White House. After the White House, I was grateful for his support in our efforts to eradicate Guinea worm disease from the world. We extend our condolences to members of the royal family. Learn More

Carter Center Commends Tunisia on Successful Completion of 2019 Electoral Process

In a statement released today, The Carter Center commended the Tunisian authorities and its people on the successful completion of the 2019 electoral process and urged Tunisian political leaders to move quickly to form a government before the one-month extension provided by the president expires Jan. 15, 2020. Learn More

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