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Carter Center Congratulates Tunisia's National Dialogue Quartet on Nobel Peace Prize

Contact: Soyia Ellison,

ATLANTA - The Carter Center and former U.S. President Jimmy Carter congratulate the National Dialogue Quartet on the 2015 Nobel Prize for Peace. The peace prize is testament to the Quartet's success in steering Tunisia through deadlock and crisis to the adoption of the constitution and peaceful, credible, democratic elections.

The Center is honored to have worked in support of the Quartet's leadership, as well as with the dedicated members of the National Constituent Assembly, to achieve these milestones. The Center observed Constituent Assembly elections in Tunisia in 2011 and legislative and presidential elections in 2014.

We hope that Tunisians will continue to work together, inspired by the spirit of the consensus generated by the Quartet, to consolidate their transition and build new democratic institutions as provided in the constitution.


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